Webinar: Manage High-Risk Areas with Effective Compliance Related Policies and Documents

Webinar Date/Time: November 14, 2013 at 1:00 PM EST

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A critical element of an effective compliance program is development, distribution and management of key compliance related policies and procedures. Such key compliance documents better position an organization against high risk areas, government audits and whistleblowers. The Compliance Office must ensure the development, distribution, and management of these essential documents. This web conference addresses this subject in detail, along with the following topics:

  • Why compliance documents are essential to an effective compliance program
  • Core compliance program related policy documents
  • Identifying high risk areas for policy development
  • Best practices on developing policy documents
  • Ongoing maintenance and management of policy documents

Participants of the webinar will receive a free template for “Compliance Policy and Procedure Development and Administration Policy” and a published article “Compliance 101. Developing Sound Policies and Procedures Specific to Potential Risks”.

Join us on November 14, 2013 at 1:00 PM EST for this free informative webinar.

Speaker Biographies:

Richard Phillip Kusserow. Mr. Kusserow is the CEO of Strategic Management Services, LLC. (SMS), a Virginia-based company that provides consultative services to health care providers on government health programs, and specializing in developing, implementing and measuring effective compliance programs for health care businesses.  He served as the DHHS Inspector General for eleven years.

Jillian M. Bower, MPA. Ms. Bower is the Vice President of Business Development at the Compliance Resource Center (CRC), a company that provides comprehensive and integrated end-to-end compliance management tools, that includes the Policy Resource Center (PRC). Prior to her move to CRC, Ms. Bower worked with its sister company, SMS conducting policy and regulatory research and analysis in various health care related areas, including Medicare and Medicaid rules and regulations, billing and coding requirements, HIPAA, and corporate compliance. She has worked with a variety of health care organizations, as well as federal government agencies.

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