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The primary educational and networking event for healthcare compliance professionals

As our flagship healthcare compliance conference, HCCA’s Compliance Institute (CI) has been providing educational resources and networking opportunities to healthcare compliance professionals for over two decades. This premiere event offers attendees the latest in real-world compliance issues, emerging trends, and practical solutions to strengthen their compliance and ethics programs.

Monday

New for 2022!
Conference starts on Monday instead of Sunday

Subject areas:

  • Auditing and monitoring
  • Behavioral health
  • Case studies
  • Compliance law
  • General compliance/hot topics
  • How to succeed as a compliance officer
  • Internal auditing
  • Investigations
  • Physician compliance
  • Post-acute care
  • Privacy and security
  • Risk management
  • Telehealth

Who should attend?

  • Healthcare compliance professionals
  • Risk managers
  • Privacy officers and other professionals
  • Coding and billing specialists
  • Consultants and attorneys
  • Healthcare regulators
  • Government personnel
  • Nurse managers and executives
  • Staff educators and trainers
  • Health information management specialists
  • Institutional chief information officers
  • Healthcare senior executives and leaders
  • Members of the board of trustees
  • Physicians and other health professionals
  • Healthcare journalists and researchers

What to expect: The 2021 Compliance Institute session highlights

At HCCA, we’re dedicated to giving you the most comprehensive, up-to-date information on the latest healthcare compliance challenges and solutions. Want to know what you can expect from CI? Take a look at some of our session highlights from the 2021 Compliance Institute.

  • OCR HIPAA Update
  • CARES Act: Risks and Mitigating Responses
  • Legal and Ethical Considerations When Conducting an Internal Investigation
  • Emerging Risks of a Remote Workforce
  • Virtual Privacy Investigations During COVID-19
  • Designing and Implementing an Audit Program for Physician Services
  • Top IT and Cyber-Risks to Include in Your Audit Plan: 2021 Update
  • Physician Coding and Billing Cases Gone Bad
  • Enterprise Risk Management (ERMO/New COSO Framework for Compliance
  • COI ALERT: Sunshine Act Expansion and International Influence
  • Core Elements of EMTALA for the Compliance Professional
  • When Two Worlds Collide: Practical Compliance Strategies for Managing an Opioid Epidemic during a Global Pandemic
  • COVID-19 Oversight: An Integral Part of an Effective Corporate Compliance Program
  • SNF Compliance on a Quarter: Leveraging Your Resources to Implement an Effective Audit Plan
  • Effective Auditing of Your Clinical Practice with Less Resources
  • Non-physician Provider Billing Compliance
  • GRC Triangle: Governance, Risk, and Compliance
  • How to Effectively and Legally Implement Telehealth in Your Organization
  • Medical Marijuana: Practical Considerations for Health Care Providers
  • Compliance and Liability Considerations for Physicians and Organizations Employing Physician Assistants and Nurse Practitioners
  • PDPM Year One: Insights from the Auditors
  • Anti-Kickback and Stark Law Developments
  • The Privacy Considerations of Interoperability
  • Corporate Integrity Agreements
  • COPS & OPS: Leveraging a Matrix Leadership Mindset to Achieve Compliant Operations in Hospice and Home Health
  • The Evolution of FDR and Delegation Oversight
CA
April 23 - 26, 2023

Anaheim Convention Center in Anaheim

TN
April 14 - 17, 2024

Music City Center in Nashville, TN