Call for Speakers
HCCA invites healthcare compliance professionals and service providers to serve as conference speakers, session facilitators, and presenters. Opportunities range from four-day national conferences to 90-minute webinars. Fill out the form during open call for speakers to be considered for upcoming speaking opportunities.
Managed Care Compliance Conference
Conference dates January 26-29, 2020
Conference Location: Orlando, FL
Call For Speakers: Closed
Healthcare Enforcement Compliance Conference
Conference Dates: Late Fall 2020
Conference Location: Washington, DC
Call for Speakers: February 2020
Regional Compliance Conferences
Call for Speakers Dates
Honolulu Regional - May 2019
Alaska Regional - June 2019
San Juan Regional - September 2019
Research Compliance Conference
Conference Dates: Summer 2020
Conference Location: TBD
Call for Speakers: September 2019
Compliance Institute Conference
Conference Dates: March 29 - April 1, 2020
Conference Location: Nashville, TN
Call for Speakers: May 31 - July 1, 2019
HCCA Web Conferences
Applications are accepted on an on-going basis.
Learn more about webinars and
Submit a proposal
How to Submit a Speaker Proposal
- Login to your HCCA account. If you do not have a login for HCCA's website, you can create a free account.
- Click on the “Submit a Proposal” button below.
- Select your the event you would like to apply for.
- Select your Track (whichever track you feel your presentation falls into; most conferences will only have one option).
- Type in your Presentation Title.
- Select yourself as a speaker or search for someone else. Search for your co-presenter (if you have one). Make sure everyone speaking has a bio and a headshot.
- List your bullet points/main topics out for the presentation (limit to 225 characters) and select “Next.”
- Confirm you have read the Reimbursement Form. Then hit “Submit.”
Helpful Information and Tips for Speakers
- Making training interactive-one idea, by Joe Murphy's article
- Tips for Being Selected to Speak at HCCA/SCCE Conferences, by Adam Turteltaub
- How to Give a Bad Presentation at an HCCA or SCCE Conference, by Adam Turteltaub
- See tips from past expert speakers
- Speaker Reimbursement Eligibility Policy