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To establish a baseline for COI compliance programs, HCCS surveyed 281 U.S. healthcare compliance leaders about their programs. Using the results, here are three suggestions HCCS offers to improve COI Management effectiveness across the healthcare industry.
Up to now, it has been very difficult for healthcare organizations to be certain their clinicians and other staff were receiving training that complied with every applicable federal and state regulation. hStream Compass is a solution for this common problem.
Recent 2019 Blog Posts about Healthcare Compliance from HCCS and HealthStream
Looking and Trends and Careers in Healthcare Compliance-Blog Posts
Understanding the what, where, and why of coding audits provides a deeper understanding of what they are designed to do and the many benefits they offer to healthcare providers and systems.
HealthStream and HCCS, A HealthStream Company recently published numerous blog posts related to the healthcare continuum. We’ve collected and compiled links to them here.
Providers across the healthcare continuum need to be certain they are compliant with all the regulations that apply to them as well as their individual clinicians.
A team of content experts from HCCS, A HealthStream Company, recently attended the Health Care Compliance Association’s 2018 Enforcement Conference, where some sessions focused on the changing approach to CIAs.
Compliance jobs exist across many industries, but job duties and responsibilities for them are remarkably similar, regardless of where you work. . Here some of the typical positions representative of a healthcare compliance program.
The regulatory burden faced by organizations across the healthcare continuum is significant in terms of the time and resources involved in meeting its requirements. $39 billion is the annual cost to healthcare providers to comply with the administrative aspects of regulatory compliance.
The career outlook for healthcare compliance careers is very promising. A few years ago, The Wall Street Journal labeled compliance officer the hottest job in America.
We are seeing the beginning of the move to voice access in healthcare, which was easy to predict once voice-powered technologies became commonplace in the U.S. home environment.
The HHS Secretary has declared a public health emergency in response to increased use and abuse of prescription opioids. The industry is facing more monitoring, more scrutiny, and more prescription oversight.
Cybersecurity follows closely behind the False Claims Act as a focus for healthcare compliance.
The False Claims Act is always on the agenda as it continues to be the most effective law the government has for snagging healthcare providers in the fight against fraud, waste and abuse.
A major healthcare trend is CMS’s effort to reduce onerous regulation on providers and the industry. At the same time the Agency’s commitment to value-based care over fee-for-service continues.
Patient Safety Awareness Week is a great opportunity to evaluate your facility’s safety practices and protocols — are they where they should be, or is some work needed to ensure the best patient care?
The Memorial Sloan Kettering scandal shows that healthcare executives have significant responsibility to their organizations when it comes to reporting and avoiding any conflict of interest. Included are hints about how to manage and improve healthcare COI compliance.
Conflicts of interest can range from the most simple and obvious to extraordinarily complex, as a few examples can demonstrate. Well defined policies and procedures can provide a template for improved understanding and compliance with conflicts of interest policies
How an organization responds to a serious conflict of interest is very important and can have a great deal of influence on its reputation after a violation becomes public knowledge. Here’s how Memorial Sloan Kettering is responding to its lapses.
To uncover healthcare conflicts of interest that must be addressed, Sacks suggests that compliance officers use standard surveys and questionnaires, supplemented by the Open Payments Database and Google.