This presentation will provide insights on common dilemmas that any healthcare compliance professional faces no matter where they work in healthcare.
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This presentation will provide insights on common dilemmas that any healthcare compliance professional faces no matter where they work in healthcare. In addition to identifying the common realities, this presentation also provides strategies and tips to help overcome each reality in order to succeed in the role. The presentation will leave time at the end of questions and answers.
Why should attend this webinar?
For new healthcare compliance officers just starting out, this presentation will offer insights and strategies for addressing issues that commonly surface in the role. It can add value to the healthcare compliance officers skill set by discussing how to manage these issues with healthcare leaders in their organization and improve upon interpersonal communications to ultimately gain buy-in to their compliance program.
Areas Covered in the Session:
This session will walk through the Top Ten Realities that include the following:
Reality #1. The Business of Healthcare is Political.
Reality #2. Tone-at-the-Top Really Does Exist.
Reality #3. Certain Leaders Will Be Defensive.
Reality #4. Certain Leaders Will Be Disengaged.
Reality #5. You WILL Find Out About An Issue After-The-Fact.
Reality #6. The Devil Is In The Details When it Comes to Addressing Issues.
Reality #7. Many Hotline Complaints Will Be "HR Complaints"
Reality #8. There are Two Sides To The Issue: Relationships Skew Information.
Reality #9. Anonymous Reports Are More Challenging To Investigate.
Reality #10. Your Integrity Will Be Challenged.
In addition to identifying the realities, the presentation will offer strategies and tips for overcoming each of these challenges.
Who can Benefit:
The target audience for this presentation will be new-to-the-profession compliance officers or administrative staff that have taken on a compliance officer function within their organization.