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MINNEAPOLIS, Aug. 16, 2022 -- Healthcare compliance professionals can get a comprehensive look at the latest industry insights from the comfort of their home or office at two upcoming virtual conferences from Health Care Compliance Association® (HCCA®). The Clinical Practice Compliance Conference will be held October 11–12, and the Healthcare Enforcement Compliance Conference is scheduled for November 7-9.

As the healthcare landscape evolves with new technologies, virtual care, and increased specialization, these annual conferences provide essential updates and strategies for developing and managing organizational compliance initiatives. Both conferences will feature live educational sessions led by industry leaders and provide attendees the opportunity to earn live Compliance Certification Board (CCB)® continuing education units (CEUs).

The Virtual Clinical Practice Compliance Conference
Held October 11–12, 2022, this virtual conference focuses on government initiatives related to physicians, clinics, and physician integrity trends. Experienced compliance professionals will share best practices for compliance initiatives in a clinical setting. Sign up by August 30 to save on registration.

This year's agenda includes:

  • Patient portals
  • Coding and billing
  • Duty of confidentiality in investigations
  • Stark Law
  • Compliance risk communication strategies
  • Cybersecurity Act Section 405(d)
  • Conflict of interest
  • CMS Emergency Preparedness Rule

To view the full agenda and register, visit the conference website:

The Healthcare Enforcement Compliance Conference
Held November 7–9, attendees of the Healthcare Enforcement Compliance Conference will hear firsthand from government enforcement leaders about regulatory changes, expectations, and key priorities. Discounted early bird registration runs through September 21.

Educational sessions will cover:

  • Anti-Kickback and Stark Law
  • False Claims Act
  • Internal investigation, repayment, and self-disclosure
  • Federal/state enforcement and the opioid crisis
  • Hospital and physician compensation arrangements
  • Cybersecurity in healthcare privacy
  • Criminal and civil enforcement and telehealth

For more information or to register, visit the conference website: