The Sixth Annual National Congress on Health Care Compliance
The Sixth Annual National Congress on Health Care Compliance continues the national dialogue on the regulation of health care finance and delivery in the United States. This year the Congress focuses on new areas of special interest for the compliance professional, including corporate responsibility and governance; patient safety and quality of care; privacy, data security and HIPAA compliance; ethics; risk management; biosecurity; and the implications of health care cost containment for the compliance professional. The Congress will also feature representatives of all major governmental agencies, including, DHHS, FBI, DOJ, FTC, IRS and SEC, which regulate health care. Additionally, special sessions have been added to address emerging challenges of responding to assessing the effectiveness of compliance initiatives; implementing corporate integrity agreements; establishing policies and procedures to avoid qui tam litigation; integrating ethics into compliance programs; and adopting strategies for compliance with health care privacy, data security, Gramm-Leach-Bliley (GLB) and HIPAA compliance.
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