Stephen D. Bittinger, Esq. Partner at Nexsen Pruet, will present the webinar The Biggest Health Care Scams in 2019 and How to Avoid Being a Target in 2020. Stephen answers many commonly asked questions on our blog in anticipation of this webinar. Be sure to catch Stephen presenting in person on April 23, 2020 in Wilmington, DE at the 3rd Annual Healthcare Compliance Symposium co-sponsored by First Healthcare Compliance and Widener University Delaware Law School.
Jennifer Gimler Brady, Partner and General Counsel at Potter Anderson & Corroon LLP will lead the presentation The Role of Boards in Healthcare Compliance at the Healthcare Compliance Symposium 2020 on April 23.
Distinguished Speaker to Discuss the Intersection of Privacy and Security Laws and Biometrics at the 3rd Annual Healthcare Compliance Symposium on April 23rd, 2020
Rachel V. Rose, JD, MBA, a principal with Rachel V. Rose Attorney at Law, P.L.L.C. in Houston, Texas will serve as the Distinguished Speaker at the 3rd Annual Healthcare Compliance Symposium co-hosted by Delaware Law School and First Healthcare Compliance.
It was an excellent year for educational webinars at First Healthcare Compliance, presented by top subject matter experts in the healthcare field. We want to take a moment to highlight our top webinar of 2019 and look back on the webinars and presenters we hosted during 2019!
Warren Cook BS, MBA, MS, SHRM-certified of SymbianceHR, recently presented the webinar "Event Planning and Building an Engaging Culture". Warren returned to answer many commonly asked questions on our blog in relation to company culture.
The Wilmington, Delaware-based company, founded by a nurse attorney looking to ease the compliance burden for her physician spouse, works with organizations throughout the United States and will begin offering monthly exclusion screening for all state lists and GSA/SAM in 2020. WILMINGTON, Del. (PRWEB) November 26, 2019 -- First Healthcare Compliance, a leader in comprehensive
Healthcare Compliance Officers face tough challenges and play an important role, but often don’t receive the recognition they deserve. These professionals carry responsibility for developing, coordinating, and implementing training programs for all members of the staff. Additional responsibilities may include various screenings of employees and vendors, developing and communicating policies and procedures, assessing and mitigating
Sarah Reiter, MIPS expert, Vice President of Strategic Partnerships with Health eFilings presented the webinar “How to Manage the Challenges of MIPS Reporting” recently and a recording can now be found on our YouTube Channel. Sarah returned with this helpful blog on the importance of the correct reporting methodology as the year comes to a
Professionals responsible for compliance management seem to run short on time due to competing priorities and multiple projects. Gain control over the schedule by utilizing some common advice.
Kathleen W. McNicholas, MD, JD, CHC, CCEP, will lead the presentation, HIPAA and Ethics at the upcoming HIPAA Privacy and Security Summit 2019 on November 14. Kathleen W. McNicholas, MD, JD earned an MD from Jefferson Medical College magna cum laude and completed general surgery training at Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center and served as a surgical house