One event on June 28, 2018 at 3:00pm
A series of two webinars for hospice personnel!
This two-part series takes a deep dive into the seven fundamental elements of an effective compliance program. Most home health and hospice providers are familiar with these seven elements and the risks identified by the Office of Inspector General (OIG) for their provider type. However, many struggle with implementation, determining the level of detail expected, and how the OIG measures effectiveness. Are your policies and procedures written at an acceptable education level? How do you determine this? Is your voicemail hotline truly anonymous? This series will detail the seven elements and provide insight into the expectations for each component.
You may register for the entire series or individual sessions.
This webinar will examine the first three elements of an effective compliance program:
Learn each element’s components, how to measure effectiveness, and tips for reviewing commonly overlooked areas. Are your policies, procedures, and standards of conduct written at an appropriate education level? What is legal counsel’s role in compliance? Does the compliance committee charter support activities? What does training include? Does your organization exhibit a culture of compliance, and how can you demonstrate that? Attend this two-part series to ensure you understand the essential elements of an effective compliance program.
This session will focus on the remaining four elements of an effective compliance program:
The webinar will also address measurement options and tips for dealing with oversights. Do you have effective compliance protocols? What reporting mechanism is used and is it anonymous? Is the scope of the compliance risk assessment broad enough? Does it drive internal monitoring and auditing? What type of investigative process has been established and implemented? How are corrective action plans developed and documented? Attend this two-part series to ensure you understand the essential elements of an effective compliance program.