Western New York Best Practices in Running A Fiscal Intermediary

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CDPAANYS, partnering with Bond, Schoeneck, and King Attorneys, will be coming to Buffalo for our third installment of the educational series, Best Practices in Running a Fiscal Intermediary. The Western New York Best Practices Intensive will be held on April 25, 2018 at 8:00 AM at the Millennium Hotel Buffalo in Cheektowaga.

With FI Authorization, wage parity, increased scrutiny from the OMIG, DOL examinations based on the minimum wage, and more, it is more important than ever for FIs to comprehend every aspect of this complex program

This session will help Fiscal Intermediaries understand:

  • The Best Practices associated with the industry;
  • New ways to effectively implement policies and procedures that comply with the law;
  • How the programmatic philosophy of Dignity of Risk and consumer control can exist along with compliance;
  • How to efficiently run your business to maximize return in difficult financial times;
  • And much more.

Bryan O'Malley, Executive Director of The Consumer Directed Personal Assistance Association of New York State (CDPAANYS), and Hermes Fernandez Co-Chair of Bond, Schoeneck & King Health Law Practice, will lead this morning seminar on effectively and efficiently running your fiscal intermediary.

Capacity is limited and registration will be held on a first-come, first-serve basis. This event took place in New York City and Long Island on January 31 and February 1, and will be held in the Capital District. 

April 25th, 2018 8:00 AM   through   12:00 PM
Millennium Hotel Buffalo
2040 Walden Avenue
Cheektowaga, NY 14225
Standard Registration $ 150.00

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