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OIG General Compliance Program Guidance 2024

Live Webinar | Kim Cunningham | Jun 26, 2024 , 01 : 00 PM EST | 60 Minutes

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Live     $199
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Corporate Live 1-3-Attendees     $499
Corporate Live 1-6-Attendees     $899
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Description

The General Compliance Program Guidance (GCPG) is a reference guide for the healthcare compliance community and other healthcare stakeholders. The GCPG provides information about relevant federal laws, compliance program infrastructure, OIG resources, and other valuable information to understand healthcare compliance.

In early November 2023, the Department of Health and Human Services Office of Inspector General (OIG) issued compliance program guidance for the third time (the first two being in 1998 and 2005). Compliance programs and healthcare have changed and evolved significantly since that time, and OIG's guidance considers that evolution in this new guidance. From Board oversight to Compliance Committees to risk assessments and everything in between, learn what the guidance means for the program and tips for incorporating it during this presentation.

Adherence to OIG compliance program guidance helps organizations promote a culture of integrity, accountability, and ethical conduct while reducing the risk of fraud, waste, and abuse. Organizations need to tailor their compliance programs to their specific industry, size, and risk profile while staying informed about regulatory requirements updates and changes.

Learning Objectives:-

  • The webinar will discuss the United States Department of Health and Human Services Office of Inspector General (OIG) General Compliance Program Guidance (GCPG) issued November 2023.
  • Understanding the purpose and application of the GCPG.
  • Reviewing the Federal regulations included in GCPG.
  • Learning how to use the tools presented.
  • It focuses on the seven elements and how to apply the GCPG to each.
  • Identifying the value of links in the GCPG.
  • The speaker will ensure that organizations establish effective compliance programs to prevent and detect fraud, waste, and abuse.
  • Dealing with Live Q&A sessions also.

Why Should You Attend:-

The GCPG is a reference guide for the healthcare compliance community and stakeholders. The GCPG provides information about relevant federal laws, compliance program infrastructure, OIG resources, and other valuable information to understand healthcare compliance. The Office of Inspector General (OIG) guides general compliance programs to help organizations establish effective systems for ensuring adherence to applicable laws, regulations, and ethical standards.

Attending compliance program guidance webinar provided by the Office of Inspector General (OIG) or similar regulatory bodies is essential for professionals and organizations in regulated industries. These webinars offer valuable insights into legal requirements, best practices, and evolving compliance standards, enabling attendees to enhance their understanding of compliance principles and improve their organizational compliance efforts. By staying informed, networking with peers, and demonstrating a commitment to ethical conduct, attendees can effectively mitigate compliance risks, ensure regulatory compliance, and safeguard their organization's reputation and long-term success.

Who Should Attend:-

  • Healthcare CEOs, CFOs, and COOs
  • Chief compliance officers
  • Home health agencies
  • Clinical Laboratories
  • Third-party medical billing companies
  • Durable medical equipment industry
  • Hospice
  • Medicare Advantage organizations
  • Nursing facilities
  • Physicians
  • Ambulance suppliers
  • Pharmaceutical manufacturers
  • Privacy officers
  • General Counsel
  • Business associates
  • Compliance analysts and specialists at hospitals
 
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