Join Frank Long, editorial director of Rehab Management, as he speaks with

Nancy Beckley, MS, MBA, CHC, President of Nancy Beckley & Associates

As part of Rehab Management’s longest running podcast series, Nancy Beckley details the hot topics in compliance for therapy providers in 2017.

The “urban legends” of compliance can be confusing. Clear up the mystery and find out what is really in store for 2017, including:

  • The return of recovery audit contractors (RACs) and the effect whistleblowers are having on practices out of compliance.
  • Implications of eight new PT and OT evaluation codes.
  • The important role of compliance for therapy practices involved in mergers and acquisitions.

Listen to this comprehensive overview and learn how to protect against costly compliance misconceptions and mistakes.

Sponsored by Nancy Beckley & Associates



Nancy Beckley is president of Nancy Beckley & Associates LLC, providing compliance consulting services to therapy providers and programs. She is certified in Healthcare Compliance by the Healthcare Compliance Certification Board and is the Social Media columnist for Compliance Today, penning the “Connectivity” column. Her expertise in compliance encompasses client representation in Medicare probe reviews, RAC audits, ZPIC investigations, OIG Audits, DOJ investigations, Corporate Integrity Agreements, Medicaid program reviews, as well as state regulatory investigations.

As an outsourced compliance officer, Beckley has overseen internal investigations involving a variety of topics including patient abuse, documentation falsification, and program exclusion and licensee sanctions.

Beckley serves as Compliance Columnist for IMPACT, the journal of the American Physical Therapy Private Practice Section, and was a founding member of the National Rehabilitation Caucus. She likewise is a frequent speaker at the local and national level in compliance and rehabilitation. Beckley’s previous management positions include Director of Managed Care & Business Development for Tampa General Hospital, a 1000-bed public tertiary teaching hospital system with a 60-bed freestanding rehabilitation center.