Webinar: Building Blocks to a More Effective Compliance Program
Webinar Date/Time: June 17, 2014 at 2:00 PM ESTDownload Materials
It is simply not enough to just have a compliance program that has all the seven standard elements. The compliance program must effectively reduce the likelihood of vulnerabilities to potential liabilities. This exposure is not confined to regulatory and enforcement actions by government agencies. There certainly has been a jump in actions by government agencies and their contractors, but there are other exposures as well that can be addressed by an effective compliance program. They include potential civil tort litigation, unwanted media stories, reduction of morale among employees, damage to reputation in the community. This Webinar will focus on the underpinnings of the seven compliance program elements that really are the building blocks to making it more effective. Some of these blocks are often overlooked and as the result, a weakened compliance program.
Join us on Tuesday June 17th at 2:00 PM EST for Compliance Resource Center’s latest webinar, Building Blocks to a More Effective Compliance Program Webinar. The one hour webinar will cover the following topics:
- An overview of HHS OIG compliance program guidance documents
- Underpinnings or building blocks to support the seven elements of a compliance program
- How to reinforce your compliance program to be more “effective”
- What can be done to quickly, easily, and inexpensively add supporting building blocks to your program
The webinar will include a live question and answer session with the presenters. As a participant of the webinar you will receive a recent article by Richard P. Kusserow published in the Journal of Health Care Compliance.
Richard P. Kusserow served as the DHHS Inspector General for eleven years and is currently CEO of Strategic Management Services, LLC. (SM) and its subsidiary Compliance Resource Center, LLC, that provides consultative services and solutions to healthcare providers on government health programs, and specializing in developing, implementing and measuring effective compliance programs for healthcare businesses.
Jillian Bower, MPA, is the Vice President of Business Development at the Compliance Resource Center, LLC (CRC), a company that provides comprehensive and integrated end-to-end compliance management tools, that includes Hotline Service Center, Sanction Screening Services and Policy Resource Center. She has been a health care consultant and analyst at SM before moving over to CRC.