HCCA’s Regional Healthcare Compliance Conferences are one-day educational events that explore a diverse spectrum of topical compliance issues. Hosted either in-person or virtually (per event), these conferences provide attendees both general and specialty sessions and the opportunity to earn live Compliance Certification Board (CCB)® continuing education units (CEUs) for participation.
In-person: Compliance training and networking in your neighborhood
Our in-person Regional Healthcare Compliance Conferences give you the opportunity to learn from and network with other practitioners in your area. Join us on-site in your city for local education and the opportunity to build industry connections.
Virtual: Compliance training that meets you where you’re at
Not able to make it in-person? Our Virtual Regional Healthcare Compliance Conferences make it so you can attend from anywhere! Learn from industry leaders and earn continuing education units from the comfort of your home or office.
Each Regional conference features unique sessions and topics—no two events are the same!
Each Regional conference offers attendees the opportunity to earn continuing education units (CEU). Credits are assessed based on actual attendance and credit type requested. Should the overall number of education hours decrease or increase, the maximum number of CEUs available will be changed accordingly. Only registered attendees are eligible to request CEUs for participation. For virtual events, attendees must participate using the online virtual conference format (not just using the dial in) for attendance monitoring purposes.
Who should attend?
- Compliance officers
- In‑house and outside general counsel
- Privacy and security officers
- Regulatory affairs
- VPs and directors
- Government agency staff
“The speakers were very informative, and the topics were on time for what I needed in my professional career at this time.”
“The sessions were practical and the caliber of the presenters, both for expertise and presentation ability, was excellent. This was a very worthwhile use of my time.”