2019 CMBI Training Event

2019 CMBI Training Event
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$500 per Investigator

HOTEL Information:
Hyatt Regency Columbus
350 North High Street
Columbus, OH 43215

To reserve your hotel room under the AIM CMBI hotel block, please click the link below. Please try to book your hotel room before July 10, 2019.

https://www.hyatt.com/en-US/group-booking/CMHRC/G-FPRE [hyatt.com]

PROGRAM schedule:

Wednesday, August 7th   8am - 4:30pm


Nancy Oglesby, Justice3D

·        Effects of Trauma:  Delayed Reporting and Contradictory Statements.

·        Trauma-Informed and victim-centered approach to investigating sexual misconduct

·        Sexual misconduct suspect interrogations and interviews


Marissa Hoechstetter, Patients’ Rights Advocate

·        Patients’ perspective on medical board investigations


Jennifer Cunningham, Assistant Director of Field Operations, Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation

·        Investigating Health Care Fraud


Lynne DeVenny, NCCP, Quality of Care Case Paralegal, North Carolina Medical Board

·        Investigating Quality of Care Cases:  What you need and where to get it



Thursday, August 8th   8am - 4:30pm


Todd Brosius, Senior Board Attorney, North Carolina Medical Board

·        Social Media, Ethical issues and common pitfalls


Joe Lopez, Digital Forensics Unit Manager, Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation

·        Social Media and Open Source Intelligence Gathering


Bill Norton, Law Enforcement Training Officer, Ohio Peace Officer Training Academy

·        Internet Investigations

·        Basic Data Preservation and Recovery


Joseph Jones, PhD, NRCC-TC, Chief Operating Officer, United States Drug Testing Laboratories

·        Understanding drug testing

·        What drug tests tell you and what they don’t


Joe Jordan, Chief Executive Officer, North Carolina Physicians Health Program

·        Common behaviors seen in addicted professionals

·        Common mental health conditions that may affect physician performance



Friday, August 9th      9am - 12 noon


Lawrence J. Cameron, Associate, McGuireWoods, former Assistant United States Attorney

·        United States Department of Justice investigations and prosecutions of physicians for violations of the Controlled Substances Act


United States Drug Enforcement Administration Diversion Investigator

US DEA investigations of physicians for violations of the Controlled Substances Act

8/7/2019 - 8/9/2019

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