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Former Rocky Boy clinic CFO Sutherland sentenced to prison for wire fraud - Federal office asked to rule on whether Portland violated patient privacy laws - West Bloomfield (MI) doctor gets prison for Medicare fraud - And More Compliance Weekly News | Former Rocky Boy clinic CFO Sutherland sentenced to prison for wire fraud - Federal office asked to rule on whether Portland violated patient privacy laws - West Bloomfield (MI) doctor gets prison for Medicare fraud - And More
2/16/2018 3:36:51 PM- Headlines Former Rocky Boy clinic CFO Sutherland sentenced to prison for wire fraud Federal office asked to rule on whether Portland violated patient privacy laws West Bloomfield (M... - Read More
2018 Healthcare Industry Compliance Staffing and Budget Benchmarking and Guidance Survey Surveys | 2018 Healthcare Industry Compliance Staffing and Budget Benchmarking and Guidance Survey
2/14/2018 12:51:52 PM- 2018 Healthcare Industry Compliance Staffing and Budget Benchmarking and Guidance Survey Background In 2017, the Health Care Compliance Association (HCCA) conducted a comprehensive survey of... - Read More
New York doctor sentenced to 13 years in prison for multi-million dollar health care fraud - Florida judge dismisses lawsuit alleging Epics software double-billed for anesthesia services - Business associate dismissal denied in HIPAA data breach case - And More Compliance Weekly News | New York doctor sentenced to 13 years in prison for multi-million dollar health care fraud - Florida judge dismisses lawsuit alleging Epic's software double-billed for anesthesia services - Business associate dismissal denied in HIPAA data breach case - And More
2/9/2018 2:07:01 PM- Headlines New York doctor sentenced to 13 years in prison for multi-million dollar health care fraud Florida judge dismisses lawsuit alleging Epic's software double-billed for anesthesia ... - Read More
Government regulations, enforcement, privacy and compliance are among the leading issues to be addressed at HCCA’s 22nd Annual Compliance Institute Press Release | Government regulations, enforcement, privacy and compliance are among the leading issues to be addressed at HCCA’s 22nd Annual Compliance Institute
2/8/2018 2:40:27 PM- April 15-18, 2018, ARIA, Las Vegas Minneapolis, MN---February 8, 2018--- Keeping abreast of new and changing regulations and enforcement actions are among the key goals of today’s healthcare ... - Read More
Culture Trumps Strategy Every Time Y-Comply | Culture Trumps Strategy Every Time
2/5/2018 3:51:30 PM- 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 va... - Read More
Brooklyn-based home health care service and its president agree to pay over $6.4 million - New England Compounding Center pharmacist sentenced - Bucks County dentist charged in $1.5M Medicaid fraud - And More Compliance Weekly News | Brooklyn-based home health care service and its president agree to pay over $6.4 million - New England Compounding Center pharmacist sentenced - Bucks County dentist charged in $1.5M Medicaid fraud - And More
2/2/2018 11:12:33 AM- Headlines Brooklyn-based home health care service and its president agree to pay over $6.4 million New England Compounding Center pharmacist sentenced Bucks County dentist charged i... - Read More
Former drug industry executive will lead Dept. Of Health And Human Services - Tennessee chiropractor pays more than $1.45 million to resolve False Claims Act allegations - Veterans Affairs plans to borrow from the CMS fraud-prevention playbook - And More Compliance Weekly News | Former drug industry executive will lead Dept. Of Health And Human Services - Tennessee chiropractor pays more than $1.45 million to resolve False Claims Act allegations - Veterans Affairs plans to borrow from the CMS fraud-prevention playbook - And More
1/26/2018 8:44:00 AM- Headlines Former drug industry executive will lead Dept. Of Health And Human Services Tennessee chiropractor pays more than $1.45 million to resolve False Claims Act allegations Vet... - Read More
Provider health insurance fraud schemes, settlements top $310M - Florida pill mill owner sentenced to more than 12 years in prison - Eye care provider convicted of Medicare and Medicaid fraud - And More Compliance Weekly News | Provider health insurance fraud schemes, settlements top $310M - Florida pill mill owner sentenced to more than 12 years in prison - Eye care provider convicted of Medicare and Medicaid fraud - And More
1/19/2018 2:44:43 PM- Headlines Provider health insurance fraud schemes, settlements top $310M Florida pill mill owner sentenced to more than 12 years in prison Eye care provider convicted of Medicare an... - Read More
HCCA announces U.S. HHS Inspector General Daniel R. Levinson to address opening session of the 22nd Annual Compliance Institute, April 15-18, 2018, ARIA, Las Vegas Press Release | HCCA announces U.S. HHS Inspector General Daniel R. Levinson to address opening session of the 22nd Annual Compliance Institute, April 15-18, 2018, ARIA, Las Vegas
1/18/2018 4:00:00 PM- Agenda includes government speakers from: Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, U.S. Department of Justice, U.S. Health and Human Services Office of Inspector General, U.S. Health and Human Se... - Read More
Texas mayor, 3 others charged in $150M health care scheme - SAMHSA finalizes second round of changes to federal substance use disorder privacy rule - Wheeling doctor facing federal drug indictment - And More Compliance Weekly News | Texas mayor, 3 others charged in $150M health care scheme - SAMHSA finalizes second round of changes to federal substance use disorder privacy rule - Wheeling doctor facing federal drug indictment - And More
1/12/2018 3:22:39 PM- Headlines Texas mayor, 3 others charged in $150M health care scheme SAMHSA finalizes second round of changes to federal substance use disorder privacy rule Wheeling doctor facing fe... - Read More