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During these extraordinary times, as the world races to quell a pandemic, all of us are being asked to do more, with less.
With 2020 now on our immediate horizon, you should know just how crucial it is to have your compliance program in place for the new year.
Over the past few years here at Healthicity, I’ve served as a compliance consultant for healthcare organizations throughout the country
Those of us in compliance are busy people.
The Office of Inspector General’s (OIG’s) 7 Keys of Compliance has long been considered the gold standard of healthcare compliance, until now.
As a compliance professional, you might find yourself celebrating how few incidents are reported at your organization.
Understanding incident-to can be stressful. According to an MLN Matters article, number SE0441, “To qualify as “incident to,” services must be part of your patient’s normal course of treatment
The new year is a time to improve, adjust, and tackle compliance with new eyes and a reignited passion. It’s also a time for making a list of compliance resolutions, of things I need to tackle head on this year.