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 compliance professionals and the Health Care Compliance Association’s 22nd Annual Compliance Institute is designed to help them do that. The 2018 Compliance Institute program features more than 250 speakers—19 from government—150+ sessions, and 11 educational tracks. More than 2,700 healthcare compliance professionals are expected at this keystone learning event being held April 15-18 at the ARIA in Las Vegas, NV.
The trending sessions this year among healthcare compliance professionals include:
- CIA Success Story: Settlement, Implementation, and Effectiveness.
- Could it happen to you? Lessons from Today’s Headline Cases.
- Current Compliance Guidance and Scrutiny by HHS OIG and DOJ.
- Data Protection, Privacy and Security Issues in the Health Care Industry: What are the State Enforcers Looking At?
- Full Speed Ahead on Drug Diversion Control Efforts: Enforcement Trends, Investigations, and Prevention.
- HIPAA Update/Enforcement.
- OIG Developments 2018.
- Reinventing the Internal Investigation: Practical Strategies for Ensuring a Yates-Informed Process.
- Significant Regulatory Changes and OMHA Initiatives Impacting the Medicare Appeals Process.
- Telemedicine and Digital Health: Compliance Hot Topics for 2018 and Beyond.
For the complete agenda: www.compliance-institute.org/cibrochure
More about the Compliance Institute (CI)
The CI is the single most comprehensive healthcare compliance conference. The program is designed for compliance professionals from a variety of healthcare backgrounds, which include compliance officers, billing and coding professionals, legal counsel, physicians, quality of care professionals, staff educators and trainers, auditors, nurses, risk managers, ethics officers, privacy officers, health information professionals and more. The CI offers conference goers the opportunity to select from an extensive variety of educational sessions with a highly regarded faculty, covering topics such as cybersecurity, HIPAA audits, drug diversion, opioid abuse enforcement and prevention actions, conflicts of interest, False Claims Act developments, overpayments, telemedicine, government investigations, and more.
CI 2018 educational tracks include: Compliance Lawyer, Auditing & Monitoring, Privacy & IT Compliance, Long-Term Care, Quality of Care, General Compliance/Hot Topics , Physician Compliance, Internal Audit, How to Succeed as a Compliance Professional, Advanced Discussion Groups, and Industry Immersion.
For more details: http://www.compliance-institute.org
About the Health Care Compliance Association (HCCA)
HCCA, established in 1996 and headquartered in Minneapolis, MN, is a non-profit professional membership organization. HCCA serves 11,700+ members, offers more than 50 meeting annually, and provides information and publications, training, networking as well as other important healthcare compliance-related resources. Visit HCCA’s website at www.hcca-info.org. Tel: 888-580-8373
Contact: Margaret Dragon