Wilmington, Delaware (PressExposure) September 11, 2012 -- Description: Setting up a compliance program for a healthcare provider's operations is very important. It will ensure the smooth functioning of logistics and operations in the organization. It will also mean that the organization is in compliance with regulations, meaning that it is within the regulatory framework. This could be a major form of insurance against potential lawsuits against the healthcare organization.
So, what are the compliance programs that healthcare organizations need to put in place? What should they do to make sure that governmental agencies do not haul them up for this issue? These are the issues taken up in this webinar session.
It covers the following areas:
o OIG's Seven Guidelines For a An effective Compliance Program
o Standing Up To Hungry Enforcers
o Effective Compliance Equals Proactive Compliance
o Key Ingredients in Active & Proactive Compliance
o Overview Of Effective Self-Reviews
o Baseline & Focused Reviews
o Five Parameters That Must Be In Self-Reviews
When: October 11, 10:00 AM PDT | 01:00 PM EDT
Joseph Batte is president of Kristall Associates, which offers specialized compliance and risk assessment for the health care provider community as well as the litigation support community.
He is a former special agent with the US Office of Inspector General and participated in the development of that Department's compliance guidances.
He is a nationally known speaker on compliance and has co-authored the book "Doctors are from Jupiter, Compliance is from a galaxy...far...far away".
The webinar will benefit
o All healthcare providers
o Individual and group practitioners
o Institutional providers
Duration: 60 minutes