August 8, 2019 Ethics Training & Annual Meeting
Ethics Speakers - Professors Alan Czyzewski and Kelly Wilinson, Indiana State University. The presentation emphasizes logical approaches for analyzing the sometimes confusing circumstances presented in making ethical decisions. The speakers will discuss four common ethical decision making models and their favorable and unfavorable points, along with when a specific model is appropriate or not appropriate to use. The audience will discuss cases that highlight the pros and cons of each model. The speakers will then offer a model which combines the four models.
Dinner Speaker: Professor Melanie Swan, Purdue University. The speaker is a theorist in emerging technologies who will speak about artificial intelligence, deep learning and blockchain crypto-legers. Although a noted expert on blockchain technology and other emerging technologies, she is an excellent communicator. She has been asked to relate these technologies to auditing and fraudster identification.
2:30 - 3:00 Registration
3:00 – 3:50 Ethics Training (1.0 CPE)
3:50 -- 4:00 Break
4:00 – 4:50 Ethics Training (1.0 CPE)
5:00 – 5:15 Annual Meeting
5:15 -- 6:30 Dinner & Speaker (1.0 CPE)
Location: Ritz Charles
November 14, 2019 Luncheon
Speaker: Sheila Green, Special Agent, Homeland Security Healthcare Fraud
Presentation: Case Study