HCCA Compliance 101, Fifth Edition
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Are you a student in an academic program and need the HCCA Compliance 101, Fourth Edition?
Build and maintain an effective compliance program
HCCA Compliance 101, Fifth Edition, covers the fundamentals of healthcare compliance for new and maturing programs. With all new chapters on risk assessment, investigations, and government oversight, as well as new sample policies, forms, and a list of additional resources, HCCA Compliance 101, Fifth Edition, is a must-have foundational text for any healthcare compliance professional.
You'll find information about:
• Benefits and administration of a compliance program following the seven essential elements
• Government guidance and laws
• Patient privacy and security
• Risk assessment, monitoring, and auditing
• Program assessment and measuring effectiveness
Also included are sample compliance forms, templates, and tools to use in your program.
Ideal for compliance professionals new to the field, committee members, compliance liaisons, board members, and others, this book provides a foundation in healthcare compliance principles.
Earn non-live CEUs
You can earn 2 non-live CCB CEUs simply by documenting your understanding of the principles in the book. Documentation is done by achieving a score of 75% or better on HCCA Compliance 101, Fifth Edition quiz, available to download here. Simply complete the quiz and return by email, fax, or mail per the instructions on the introductory page. CCB certification staff will review and process your submission within four weeks of receipt.
About the authors
Debbie Troklus, CCEP-F, CCEP-I, CHC-F, CHRC, CHPC, is the president of Troklus Compliance Consulting. With more than 27 years’ experience in the compliance industry, she has acted as an interim compliance officer; conducted compliance effectiveness, risk, and billing and coding assessments; provided education and training for boards of directors; and consulted on regulatory compliance with a focus on the healthcare sector. Prior to consulting, Troklus was the AVP of compliance at the University of Louisville Health Sciences Center. Troklus is also a cofounder of the Health Care Compliance Association and serves on its board. She also serves as president of the Compliance Certification Board. Troklus is based out of Louisville, Kentucky.
Sheryl Vacca, CCEP-F, CCEP-I, CHC-F, CHPC, CHRC, serves as senior vice president/chief risk officer at Providence St. Joseph Health. Vacca’s responsibilities include oversight for compliance, internal audit, risk claims, insurance, and physical security, and a dotted line to information security. Prior to joining Providence St. Joseph Health, Vacca served as senior vice president/chief compliance and audit officer at University of California. She was awarded Senior Vice President Emerita for her service as the first chief compliance and audit officer at the university. In addition, Vacca is a board member of the Society of Corporate Compliance and Ethics & Health Care Compliance Association and is a past president of this association. Vacca is a domestic and international speaker and has published several articles on different aspects of compliance and internal audit.
Darrell W. Contreras, Esq., CHC-F, CHRC, CHPC, is the Chief Compliance Officer for Millennium Health in San Diego, California. Contreras is a licensed attorney who has worked for more than 25 years in healthcare compliance as a Chief Compliance and Privacy Officer and consultant in several segments of the healthcare industry. Contreras is a frequent lecturer on compliance and privacy topics and is an active faculty member for the Health Care Compliance Association’s Compliance and Privacy Academies. Contreras is a Fellow in Healthcare Compliance, Certified in Healthcare Privacy Compliance, and Certified in Healthcare Research Compliance through the Compliance Certification Board.
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