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HCCA’s Clinical Practice Compliance Conference provides insights, updates, and strategies that are pertinent to developing and managing an organization’s compliance initiatives in a clinical setting. You’ll hear about the latest updates on government initiatives related to physicians, clinics, and physician integrity trends. Come away with insight and strategies to address risk and improve compliance integrity at your organization.

Subject areas include:
  • Clinician and physician compliance best practices
  • Stark Law
  • Billing standards and incident to billing
  • Mitigating risk
  • Risk-based audit methods
  • Opioid prescribing: A legal and medical risk perspective
  • HIPAA security
  • Medical director contracts
Who should attend?
  • Compliance officers
  • Coders
  • Managers
  • Physicians
  • General counsel
  • Compliance attorneys
Pricing:

 

On or Before 9/14 After 9/14

Members

$495 $545

Non – Members

$645 $695

Registration + First-Time Membership*

$715 $765

Group Discount for 3 or More**

$(100) $(100)

*Save by joining today (first-time members only). Dues renew at $325.
**See Group Discount in Terms and Conditions.

What to expect: The 2020 Clinical Practice Compliance Conference session highlights

Want to know what you can expect at this year’s event? Take a look at some of our session highlights from the 2020 Clinical Practice Compliance Conference.

  • Compliance and the Board: Challenges and Best Practices
  • Building a Risk-Based Audit Plan
  • Uncovering Hidden Pitfalls in Medical Director Contracts
  • The Seasoned Professional’s Guide to Managing Stress and Preventing Burnout
  • From Provider to Researcher and Patient to Subject: Responsibility and Role Changes in the Conduct of Practice-Based Human Subjects Research
  • Risk Matters That Merit Attention Amid a Crisis
  • Mitigating the Risks from Opioid Prescribing: A Legal and Medical Perspective
  • HIPAA Security: Common Mistakes Made by Physician Practices
  • HIPAA and Social Media
  • Providers Coding and Documentation Audits
  • Reviewing Recent Activities Within the Opioid Crisis: Providers, Healthcare Entities, and Pharmaceutical Companies
  • Why Clinicians Should Be Concerned About the Stark Law
  • Short of Ventilators: How We Wound Up Here Again and Probably Will in the Future
  • Integration of Safety Culture Training to Increase Compliance Awareness
  • Incident to and Shared Visit Policy in Plain English
  • Building a Physician Practice Audit Program (That Your Physicians Will Appreciate!)
  • Billing and Coding Cases Gone Wrong