Wednesday, September 18, 2013

AHLA/HCCA Fraud & Compliance Forum, 9/29-10/1, Baltimore

The American Health Lawyers Association (AHLA) and the Health Care Compliance Association (HCCO) are co-sponsoring a Fraud & Compliance Forum 9/29-10/1 in Baltimore. Presentations have been designed for compliance officers and health attorneys who must advise their clients and institutions on the latest developments in fraud and abuse and compliance issues.

One such issue is how to stop a privacy breach from becoming a wrongful termination suit. A typical scenario is that an employee sues for wrongful termination after being fired for looking at a patent's records without a work related reason. The employee claims selective enforcement and claims other have snooped on patients and not been terminated.

How does an organization quickly obtain conclusive evidence that disproves a wrongful termination, allowing you to settle the suit on your terms? By utilizing low-cost on-demand analytics services.

"Q: How does an organization quickly obtain conclusive evidence that disproves a wrongful termination, allowing you to settle the suit on your terms?
A: By utilizing low-cost on-demand analytics services
."
Discuss this and other compliance issues with Veriphyr at booth #8. Can't attend? Please call 1-800-406-9567 for an appointment to discuss your compliance needs.
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Sources:
(a) AHLA/HCCA Fraud & Compliance Forum - www.healthlawyers.org, 09/15/2013

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