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Sessions to Prepare for Certified in Healthcare Compliance Exams

Are you attending Compliance Institute 2016 in Las Vegas? The following sessions may be helpful if you are planning on sitting for the CHC (Certified in Healthcare Compliance) exam, CHPC (Certified in Healthcare Privacy Compliance) exam, or CHRC (Certified in Healthcare Research Compliance) exam at the Compliance Institute. Our suggestions, based on topic and bullet points, are listed below, broken out by exam type.

CHC

CHPC 

CHRC           


 

Pre Conference Breakout Sessions (AM)

P2 Compliance Program Start Up: What Are the Basics Needed for Your Infrastructure? P2 Compliance Program Start Up: What Are the Basics Needed for Your Infrastructure? P2 Compliance Program Start Up: What Are the Basics Needed for Your Infrastructure?
P6 False Claims Act Development P4 HIPAA Privacy, Breach and Security Rules 101
P7 The Wonderful NIST 800-30! Guide for Conducting Risk Assessments    
P9 Compliance Effectiveness Strategies    
P11 Preparing Your Board for Directorship in the Year 2020    

 

Pre Conference Breakout Sessions (PM)

P19 Prevention vs. Reaction: Developing Effective Physician Documentation Methods to Endure Healthcare Reform P18 Top Security Threat Trends in Healthcare and How You Can Learn from Incidents to Reduce Risk P24 Research Misconduct Proceedings: Lessons Learned and Tips from the Trenches
P20 Handling a Health Care Fraud Investigation
P28 Research Misconduct Proceedings: Lessons Learned and Tips from the Trenches
P23 New to Compliance? Freshmen…Don’t Run Yet!    
P27 Developing a Comprehensive AMC Compliance Program: Strategies for an Effective Program    

 

Breakout Sessions (100s)

102 Integrating Compliance into the Business Associate Organization 104 Quantifying Business Associate Risk: What You DON’T Know Can Hurt You!
AD2 Identifying Compliance Risk in Physician Compensation Arrangements
103 Reportable Events and the Role of the Compliance Officer
 
107 From EHR Implementation to Attestation: Auditing and Monitoring Meaningful Use
 
108 Effective Monitoring and Auditing Programs    

 

 

Breakout Sessions (200s)

201 Developing a Meaningful Compliance Work Plan 204 HIPAA Enforcement and OCR Issues
204 HIPAA Enforcement and OCR Issues AD5 Working with the C-Suite When the C-Suite Isn’t Sweet

207 Preparing for Enforcement of the Complex 340B Pricing Program Requirements: An Integrated Compliance Effort
 
209 Strategies for Successfully Transitioning into a New Compliance Position    
AD4 Auditing and Monitoring and Incorporating Quality Activities     

 

Breakout Sessions (300s)

310 Your Hospital’s Financial Assistance Policy (FAP): Make Certain It Complies with the IRS’ New Requirements (501(r))
302 PPACA and Non-Physician Clinicians: New Roles, New Risks
AD6 Dealing with Data Breaches

AD7 Compliance and the Due Diligence Process    

 

Breakout Sessions (400s)

406 The Ins & Outs of Commercially Reasonable and Stark Compliant Physician Relationships

408 Healthcare Technology Audit Basics
409 Compliance Program Effectiveness: Pulling It All Together for Multiple Facility Systems of Care    
AD9 Dealing with Data Breaches    

 

Breakout Sessions (500s)

501 Boots on the Ground: Implementing a Systemwide Compliance Program at a Local Level 504 Privacy by Design: The Next Generation of Privacy Is Here AD2B Identifying Compliance Risk in Physician Compensation Arrangements 
502 Transformers: The Changing Face of Health Care Delivery
   
505 Change Management: Culture, Compliance, and C-Suite     
AD4b Auditing and Monitoring and Incorporating Quality Activities    

 

Breakout Sessions (600s)

605 Prescription for Change: Congressional Actions Impacting Physician Practices AD5b Working with the C-Suite When the C-Suite Isn’t Sweet
606 Quality of Care and Medical Necessity
   
609 Dealing With Stakeholders: An Advanced and Interactive Discussion
   
AD6b Dealing with Data Breaches     
AD7b Compliance and the Due Diligence Process    

 

Breakout Sessions (700s)

702 Eyes Wide Shut: Quality of Care through the Eyes of the Compliance Officer 703 Maximizing the Compliance and Legal Relationship in Long-Term Care
704 Navigating the Differences between the Privacy Rule and Human Subject Regulations

 
706 CMS Contractors’ Renewed Audit Focus: Audit Risk Areas, Successful Appeal Strategies, and Compliance for Part B and Non-Hospital Part A Providers    
AD9b Operational Components of a Compliance Program
   

 

Breakout Sessions (Post Conference)

W3 Nothing Stays the Same Forever: Hot Button Regulatory Challenges Facing HME Suppliers W4 One Year after the HIPAA Omnibus Rule: Lessons Learned in Breach Notification W16 Identifying Compliance Risk in Physician Compensation Arrangements
W5 Dealing with Difficult Physicians and other Health Care Providers from a Physician’s Perspective W15 Privacy CSI: Fundamentals of Conducting and Documenting a Privacy Investigation  
W7 Physician Relationship Audit Workshop: A Practical Guide to Auditing Physician Relationships and Addressing Identified Issues    
W8 340B: Part 1