Effective Healthcare Compliance Programs

November 14, 2016

HCCA recently surveyed compliance and ethics professionals to better understand whether or not compliance programs are effective at stopping incidents from occurring. Additional, OIG has released a list of several best practices healthcare compliance programs should be following. Our infographic highlights key finding from the survey, as well as OIG's recommendations.

Highlights from the infographic include:

  • Most respondents reported that their compliance program has prevented misconduct.
  • Inquiries and reports increase after training is given on a compliance topic.
  • Slightly more respondents from the healthcare industry report that training has led to employees revealing potential misconduct than respondents from other industries.

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