Obligations and Expectations Surrounding Healthcare Compliance Programs
Confusion reigns when it comes to healthcare compliance programs and clinical practices.
Are clinical practices legally required to maintain a healthcare compliance program? This question can be tough to answer. The Department of Health and Human Services’ Office of Inspector General has issued guidance for different types of providers. Our author, Rose Willis, provides details in this white paper regarding formal compliance programs and different perspectives as to what should be done.
Rose Willis is a member in the Troy and Saginaw, MI offices of Dickinson Wright. Her practice focuses on healthcare regulatory, transactional and corporate law in her representation of healthcare providers and suppliers and other participants in the healthcare industry. Rose regularly counsels healthcare industry clients on matters involving mergers and acquisitions, software agreements, physician referral rules, certificates of need, privacy and security of health information, corporate documents and compliance program elements. Representative clients include health systems, physician practices, dental practices, physical therapy providers, ophthalmology practices, urgent care centers, pharmacies (specialty and retail) and home health agencies.
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