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​AHLA has extensive resources on all aspects of health care compliance, which offer both a foundation for understanding the complex regulatory environment and for staying abreast of new and evolving requirements. The resources compiled in this collection include a sample of some of our most recent offerings in this area.

AHLA Compliance Corner
January/February 2018 - Internal Investigation of Drug Diversion: An Advanced Compliance Topic, Heidi Crosby and Cynthia Wisner (*access restricted to AHLA members).
December 2017- A Changing Landscape for Privacy Compliance and Care Coordination, Julia Weisner (*access restricted to AHLA members).
November 2017 - Developing Effective Lines of Communication in Health Care Compliance, Marla Berkow (*access restricted to AHLA members).
October 2017 - Accreditation and Compliance: How Do They Fit Together?, Fran Carroll (*access restricted to AHLA members).
September 2017 - Best Practices for Building an Effective Compliance Training Program,  Aletheia Lawry (*access restricted to AHLA members).
August 2017 - Planning for Success—Managing a Compliance Audit Plan, Jennifer Edlind (*access restricted to AHLA members).
July 2017 - Embracing Quality as an Integral Aspect of Health Care Compliance,  Julia Weisner (*access restricted to AHLA members).
June 2017 - Where Compliance Ends, Legal Begins, and the In Between, Lisa I. Wojeck (*access restricted to AHLA members).
May 2017 - Beyond the 7 Program Elements—Ensuring a Sound and Vibrant Compliance Program, Leah Guidry (*access restricted to AHLA members).
April 2017 -  In the Trenches: Practical Pointers for Compliance Professionals,  Leah A. Voigt (*access restricted to AHLA members).
Other AHLA Resources

January 2018 - New Year’s Changes to the 340B Discount Drug Program Raise Compliance Concerns as New Billing Modifiers and Payment Reductions Take Effect, Justin C. Linder (*access restricted to AHLA members).

December 2017- EMTALA’s Application to Psychiatric Patients, Jeffrey S. Moore, S. Blake Adams, and Kimberly L. Cappleman, Sponsored by the Regulation, Accrediation, and Payment Practice Group (*access restricted to sponosring PG members).

November 2017 - Mastering Disaster: Emergency Preparedness Requirements, Ashley L. Thomas, Sponsored by the Hospitals and Health Systems Practice Group (*access restricted to sponsoring PG members).

October 2017 - OCR/FTC HIT Enforcement Summary Table, Kathleen D. Kenney, Valerie Breslin Montague, Leonardo M. Tamburello, Sponsored by the Health and Information Technology Practice Group (*access restricted to sponsoring PG members).

August 2017 - Big Issues in Big Data: Considerations for Research Within Large Networks, Amy Jurevic Sokol (*access restricted to AHLA members).

August 2017 - The Continuing Relevance of Sarbanes Oxley to the Health Care Sector, Michael Peregrine (*access restricted to AHLA members).

July 2017 - Voluntary Disclosure: Risks and Benefits, Jeremy M. Sternberg and William F. Pezzolo (*access restricted to AHLA members).

June 2017 - Mandatory Disclosure: Legal Obligations to Disclose, Jeremy M. Sternberg and William F. Pezzolo (*access restricted to AHLA members).

June 2017 - The OIG's Resource Guide: An Important New Tool for Measuring Compliance Program Effectiveness, Scott W. Taebel, Katherine A. Kuchan, Leia C. Olsen, T. James Junger, Sponsored by the Hospitals and Health Systems Practice Group (*access restricted to sponsoring PG members).

May 2017 - Medication for Health System Growing Pains: Solutions to Common Mistakes in Expanding Pharmacy Operations, Heather L. Stutz and Sarah H. Stec, Sponsored by the Hospitals and Health Systems Practice Group (*access restricted to sponsoring PG members).

April 2017 - Interpreting and Applying the New HCCA-OIG Compliance Resource Guide, Michael W. Peregrine,Tony Maida, and Joshua T. Buchman (*access restricted to AHLA members).

February 2017 - Health Care Data Breaches: Practical Advice for Trying Times, Kristen Rosati and Scott Bennett.

February 2017 - New Wine in Old Wineskins: Mitigating Fraud and Abuse Risks in Value-Based Reimbursement, Anna M. Grizzle, Amy Sanders Morgan, Brian D. Roark, and Adrienne L. Kepner.

January 2017 - Your Money or Your Data: Ransomware and Modern Health Information Technology, Leonardo Tamburello.

April 2016 - Anti-Kickback Statute Toolkit, Sponsored by the Fraud and Abuse Practice Group (*access restricted to sponsoring PG members).

March 2016 - Clinical Trials Agreement Toolkit, Sponsored by Academic Medical Centers and Teaching Hospitals, Life Sciences, and Regulation, Accreditation, and Payment Practice Groups (*access restricted to sponsoring PG members)

February 2016 - Health Care Real Estate Lease Toolkit, Sponsored by the Fraud and Abuse, Hospitals and Health Systems, Business Law and Governance, and In-House Counsel Practice Groups (*access restricted to sponsoring PG members

December 2015 - March 2016 - Advanced Compliance Education Webinar Series--On Demand Recording (available for purchase)

Public Resources

Department of Health and Human Services Office of Inspector General (OIG), Advisory Opinions

OIG, Compliance Program Guidance for the Health Care Industry

OIG, Special Fraud Alerts, Bulletins, and Other Guidance

OIG, Self-Disclosure Information

Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS), Physician Self-Referral

​This collection of sample forms, checklists, and policies is designed to provide health care compliance professionals with an array of sample tools to assist them in developing the contracts, forms, and policies that they need to serve their clients. 

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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