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Memorial Healthcare System pays $5.5 million to settle HIPAA suit over lack of audit controls - 2 Brooklyn clinic managers busted for role in $2.1M fraud scheme - Pinellas County (FL) changed contract cited for possible kickbacks in ambulance whistleblower lawsuit - And More Compliance Weekly News | Memorial Healthcare System pays $5.5 million to settle HIPAA suit over lack of audit controls - 2 Brooklyn clinic managers busted for role in $2.1M fraud scheme - Pinellas County (FL) changed contract cited for possible kickbacks in ambulance whistleblower lawsuit - And More
2/17/2017 2:25:34 PM- Memorial Healthcare System pays $5.5 million to settle HIPAA suit over lack of audit controls 2 Brooklyn clinic managers busted for role in $2.1M fraud scheme Pinellas County (FL) change... - Read More
Anthem-Cigna merger blocked - Healthcare sales representative sentenced for obstructing federal investigation - Lawyer accused of trying to sell lawsuit under seal - And More Compliance Weekly News | Anthem-Cigna merger blocked - Healthcare sales representative sentenced for obstructing federal investigation - Lawyer accused of trying to sell lawsuit under seal - And More
2/10/2017 9:45:00 AM- Headlines Anthem-Cigna merger blocked Healthcare sales representative sentenced for obstructing federal investigation Lawyer accused of trying to sell lawsuit under seal Pa... - Read More
US HHS Inspector General Daniel R. Levinson to keynote HCCA’s 21st Compliance Institute; more than 22 government enforcement speakers on the agenda Press Release | US HHS Inspector General Daniel R. Levinson to keynote HCCA’s 21st Compliance Institute; more than 22 government enforcement speakers on the agenda
2/8/2017 11:00:00 AM-   272 speakers, 151 sessions, 10 tracks, 2500+ attendees March 26-29, National Harbor, MD Gaylord National http://www.compliance-institute.org   Minneapolis, MN---February 8,... - Read More
Lack of timely action risks security and costs money - Former Tenet vice president faces prison time for role in $400 million scheme - Pain management doctor resolves False Claims Act allegations - And More Compliance Weekly News | Lack of timely action risks security and costs money - Former Tenet vice president faces prison time for role in $400 million scheme - Pain management doctor resolves False Claims Act allegations - And More
2/3/2017 10:33:00 AM- Headlines Lack of timely action risks security and costs money Former Tenet vice president faces prison time for... - Read More
The Messenger and the Message Y-Comply | The Messenger and the Message
1/30/2017 8:05:00 AM- Y-Comply , a service of the Health Care Compliance Association, is a compliance-related article delivered quarterly to subscribers via email. Y-Comply is intended to help communicate the... - Read More
Ambulance company owner sentenced in Medicare fraud case - Clinical psychologist and owner of psychological services centers in Louisiana convicted - Former doctor sentenced to 4 years in manslaughter cases - And More Compliance Weekly News | Ambulance company owner sentenced in Medicare fraud case - Clinical psychologist and owner of psychological services centers in Louisiana convicted - Former doctor sentenced to 4 years in manslaughter cases - And More
1/27/2017 2:19:51 PM- Headlines Ambulance company owner sentenced in Medicare fraud case Clinical psychologist and owner of psychological services centers in Louisiana convicted Former doctor sentence... - Read More
Vice Lords associate sentenced to 48 months in prison for obtaining and disclosing private hospital information of victims and their families - Orthofix to pay $14 million to settle charges it paid off doctors: U.S. SEC - At long last, agency completes overhaul of rules on use of humans in research - And More Compliance Weekly News | Vice Lords associate sentenced to 48 months in prison for obtaining and disclosing private hospital information of victims and their families - Orthofix to pay $14 million to settle charges it paid off doctors: U.S. SEC - At long last, agency completes overhaul of rules on use of humans in research - And More
1/20/2017 1:31:00 PM- Headlines Vice Lords associate sentenced to 48 months in prison for obtaining and disclosing private hospital information of victims and their families Orthofix to pay $14 million to s... - Read More
Zimmer Biomet to pay $30.5 million to resolve U.S. bribery probe - Broward Health comes up short on compliance with legal settlement - U.S. says Shire subsidiaries to pay $350 million to settle False Claims Act allegations - And More Compliance Weekly News | Zimmer Biomet to pay $30.5 million to resolve U.S. bribery probe - Broward Health comes up short on compliance with legal settlement - U.S. says Shire subsidiaries to pay $350 million to settle False Claims Act allegations - And More
1/13/2017 12:49:29 PM- Headlines Zimmer Biomet to pay $30.5 million to resolve U.S. bribery probe Broward Health comes up short on compliance with legal settlement U.S. says Shire subsidiaries to pay $... - Read More
Ex-NECC pharmacist facing life as trial begins in fatal meningitis case - Judge in Aetna-Humana antitrust case hears final arguments, forecasts timely ruling - Agreement ensures effective communication with hearing impaired individuals at John Dempsey Hospital - And More Compliance Weekly News | Ex-NECC pharmacist facing life as trial begins in fatal meningitis case - Judge in Aetna-Humana antitrust case hears final arguments, forecasts 'timely' ruling - Agreement ensures effective communication with hearing impaired individuals at John Dempsey Hospital - And More
1/6/2017 1:24:17 PM- Headlines Ex-NECC pharmacist facing life as trial begins in fatal meningitis case Judge in Aetna-Humana antitrust case hears final arguments, forecasts 'timely' ruling Agreement ... - Read More
Latest hospital injury penalties include crackdown on antibiotic resistant germs - New York doctor charged with taking bribes in test-referral scheme with New Jersey clinical lab - Employee of medical equipment provider pleads guilty - And More Compliance Weekly News | Latest hospital injury penalties include crackdown on antibiotic resistant germs - New York doctor charged with taking bribes in test-referral scheme with New Jersey clinical lab - Employee of medical equipment provider pleads guilty - And More
12/23/2016 7:07:00 AM- Headlines Latest hospital injury penalties include crackdown on antibiotic resistant germs New York doctor charged with taking bribes in test-referral scheme with New Jersey clinical l... - Read More