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Compliance Professionals

 
AHLA is not just for lawyers. Compliance professionals and non-lawyers can benefit from access to a host of valuable educational opportunities and materials when they join AHLA, attend our educational events, or purchase our publications.

The increasingly complex health care environment means compliance professionals must have a firm grasp of legal issues. Likewise, lawyers need to understand the practical realities in which compliance professionals operate. Membership in AHLA helps foster this critical dialogue and understanding. 

Top Ten Reasons Why Compliance Professionals Should Join AHLA Now!

  1. Benefit from the in-depth distance learning series on advanced compliance best practices on hospitals and health systems, Medicare Advantage plans, ambulatory surgery centers, physician practices, long term care, home health and hospice topics. You can purchase these informative webinars (plus presentations) On Demand. (Discount for Members)​
  2. Join a community of, and exchange best practices on complex compliance issues with, compliance professional colleagues in Research, Academic Medicine, Privacy, Fraud and Abuse, Long Term Care, Physician Practices, Hospitals and Health Systems. New members get one free practice group enrollment - choose the one that best suits your needs, or pay a nominal enrollment fee for each additional group!
  3. Learn latest compliance issues and trends first hand from the regulators in Baltimore, MD, at the Institute on Medicare and Medicaid Payment Issues and the Fraud and Compliance Forum in-person programs. (Discount for Members)
  4. Discount to compliance resources such as the Fraud and Abuse for Coders, Compliance Legal Issues Manual, Data Breach Notification Laws 50 State Survey. (Discount for Members)
  5. Free practical  toolkits such as the Real Estate Lease, Stark, Cloud Computing and EMTALA Toolkits.
  6. Free detailed summaries of the Office of Inspector General and Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services Advisory Opinions.
  7. Fifty state survey​ of fraud and abuse law
  8. Timely email alerts, member briefings and newsletters on the latest compliance issues that matter most to you.
  9. Speaking and writing opportunities in a national forum for professional development.
  10. AHLA's Mentoring Program​ can match you with a partner who can help you take your career to the next level. Or you can consider serving as a mentor! 
​​Other AHLA Resources for Compliance Professionals
 
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Advanced Compliance Education Webinar Series  

Available On Demand! Don't miss our series of advanced webinar-based panel recordings delving into complex substantive and practical issues that health care companies face in conducting an effective compliance program. Sessions are tailored to be industry-specific to allow a detailed examination of the issues that impact how compliance programs operate in different health care sectors.

Part I: Advanced Issues in Pharmaceutical
Manufacturer Compliance Programs​
 

Part II: Compliance for Academic Medical Centeers

Part III: Compliance for Medical Device Manufacturers 

Part IV: Compliance for Clinical Laboratories

Part V: Compliance for Hospitals and Health Systems 

Part VI: Compliance for Medicare Advantage Plans​ 

Part VII: Compliance for Ambulatory Surgery Centers 

Part VIII: Compliance for Physician Practices 

Part IX: Compliance for Long Term Care Facilities

Part X: Compliance for Home Health
and Hospice Companies​
 

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