7 Elements of an Effective Compliance Program
7 Elements of an Effective Compliance Program



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Course Description

This program was recorded on June 24, 2019

Healthcare is one of the most heavily regulated industries in the US. Implementing and following a compliance program ensures that providers regularly review their policies and procedures to stay on top of ever-changing regulations. Providers who have in place and follow compliance plans are able to avoid or mitigate significant penalties associated with violations of existing health care regulations. This course will identify and explain the seven basic elements necessary for an effective compliance program.

Attorney Jacqueline A. BainJacqueline A. Bain
Jacqueline A. Bain is part of a highly select group of Florida licensed attorneys with both deep healthcare industry experience and a certification in healthcare compliance by the Health Care Compliance Association. Jacqueline lectures regularly in the community and routinely advises her clients about statutes and regulations that govern healthcare businesses, including: Healthcare Information Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) and the Florida Information Protection Act (FIPA), HIPAA Audit Preparation & Response, Compliance Plans for Healthcare Businesses, Patient Self-Referral Prohibitions, OIG Audit Preparation & Response

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  1. Why Should my Business Have a Compliance Program?
  2. Implement Written Policies
  3. Compliance Officers and Committees
  4. Effective Compliance Training and Education
  5. Lines of Communication
  6. Internal Monitoring and Auditing
  7. Enforcement of Standards
  8. Corrective Action and Response to Detected Offense