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Question from M. Anderson:
For small companies, under 10 employees, is a Compliance Committee needed?
[Drumroll] It’s that time again! Time to review what the OIG has added to their work plan in the month of April 2019.
The Office of Inspector General’s (OIG’s) 7 Keys of Compliance has long been considered the gold standard of healthcare compliance, until now.
It’s no secret that thousands of Americans are killed every year due to opioid overdose.
On January 31, 2005, the OIG published its guidance on the Seven Elements for Effective Compliance.
As 2018 comes to an end, compliance professionals are gearing up for 2019 by reading up on rules and regulations, planning to conduct a risk assessment and putting their work plans together.
In November we saw some new updates to the OIG Workplan. Make sure you review all of them to see if your organization will be affected.
It’s fall and officially the time of year to start planning budgets and compliance work plans for next year.