Warren Cook BS, MBA, MS, SHRM-certified of SymbianceHR, will present the webinar “Got Diversity. Get Inclusion! and the Pending FLSA Changes” on July 10, 2019. Warren answered many commonly asked questions on our blog in anticipation of this webinar. Diversity and Inclusion appears to be a very relevant topic in recent years , why is that ? Organizations recognize that implementing effective strategies to leverage the diversity of a workforce into an
The Department of Justice’s (DOJ) Criminal Division recently released a guidance document titled “The Evaluation of Corporate Compliance Programs” for use with federal prosecutors when investigating corporations for criminal misconduct. This new document updates the 2017 version in order to align with internal processes while providing additional context to the government’s analysis of a company’s compliance
Jennifer Gimler Brady, Partner and General Counsel at Potter Anderson & Corroon LLP presented the webinar “The Role of Boards in Healthcare Compliance.” Ms. Gimler Brady returned to answer many commonly asked questions.
Around the world accreditation is used to assure a high baseline level of healthcare quality. In the United States, accreditation is a multi-million-dollar industry without any sign of slowing down because it’s compulsory for federal payments and a marketing necessity in an increasingly competitive landscape. It’s no secret that healthcare organizations in the United States
A Corporate Integrity Agreement (CIA) is negotiated with a healthcare provider or entity. This type of agreement is part of a settlement of federal healthcare program investigations arising under false claims statutes. In exchange for the agreement, the OIG agrees not to exclude the provider or entity from participation in the federal healthcare programs. Implementation and oversight of CIAs require significant personnel and financial resources. All types of organizations and providers may be impacted including pharmaceutical companies, medical device companies, hospitals, nursing homes and long term care facilities, and medical practices. Check out our infographic to become familiar with some of the common elements found in these agreements.
Patricia M. Clendening, SHRM-SCP, GPHR, SPHR, President of HR Strategies, LLC, will present the webinar “How to Navigate the Ever-changing Anti-Harassment Regulations” on June 18, 2019. Tricia Clendening answered many commonly asked questions on our blog in anticipation of this webinar.
First-aid is the administering of emergency care for injury or illness before emergency medical service (EMS) becomes available. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) requires employers to have someone, or multiple people, trained in first-aid for worksites that are not in close proximity to a hospital, clinic, or infirmary. While OSHA has certain standards
Everyone who participates in the United States healthcare system either as a patient, provider business associate, or subcontractor either knows or should know about the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996, Pub. L. 104-191 (Aug. 21, 1996). Industry participants should also have implemented requisite standards espoused by the Privacy Rule, Security Rule, Breach Notification Rule and the Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health Act, Pub. L. 111-5 (Feb. 17, 2009).
Workplace violence is a serious problem that affects nearly 2 million Americans each year. It is especially concerning in the healthcare sector because of its impact on patients and staff. Review this week's infographic on OSHA's steps toward compliance.