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Learn 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?

6/14/2018
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1:00 - 2:30PM Arizona
Where: Webinar
United States
Contact: (406) 442-2585

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Deep Dive into Compliance Details Series:  Part 1: Policy, Standards of Conduct, Program Administration, Training & More 

This webinar will examine the first three elements of an effective compliance program:
  • Written policies, procedures, and standards of conduct
  • Compliance program administration by the compliance officer and compliance committee
  • Effective training and education

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.

 

Highlights

  • Best practices for policies, procedures, standards of conduct, and hospice risk areas
  • OIG expectations for policies, procedures, and standards of conduct for staff and vendors
  • How to determine whether the compliance officer has the authority expected by the OIG to carry out the necessary duties outlined in the job description
  • Compliance committee composition, authority, and meeting requirements and content
  • Training elements, including who to train, frequency and hours, and assessing effectiveness

Take-Away Toolkit

  • Summary of OIG expectations specific to policies and procedures, standards of conduct, program administration, education, and training
  • Website references

Who Should Attend

This informative session is best suited for compliance professionals and committee members, regulatory and quality staff, administrators, managers, and board members.

Presenter

Katie Wehri, Healthcare Provider Solutions, Inc. Katie has been working in the hospice, home health, private duty, and palliative care industries for over 25 years and has held executive-level positions. She is the Director of Operations Consulting for Healthcare Provider Solutions in Nashville and provides education, conducts operational reviews, and works with the HPS clinical team on mock surveys and chart reviews. She is also certified by the Health Care Compliance Association in health care privacy compliance.


Katie has worked for organizations in a variety of settings, including multiple locations in multiple states, a hospice inpatient unit, pediatric hospice, and adult and pediatric palliative care. In addition, Katie has an extensive background in health care regulation and accreditation standards interpretation; compliance and quality assessment; performance improvement; and opening and expanding sites for home health, hospice, and palliative care services. Katie has been consulting, presenting, and educating in these areas since 2009.

 

Registration

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**The archived version is a recording of the live webinar, including audio, visuals, and handouts. Includes the presenter’s email address for questions. The Archived Version is available 1 week after the Live Webinar and expires 6 months after the live program date.

 


 

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