In this conversation with Ronette Adams-Taylor, Dir. of Compliance and Risk and Associate General Counsel, we discuss Meharry’s response to COVID-19 and how the entire campus rallied to serve Nashville and lead the nation.
Travel nurses prove a challenging population for ongoing compliance and credential monitoring. In this post, we’ll explore the nuances of ongoing license and credential management for travel nurses.
In this webinar, we outline best practices for connecting and coordinating your Compliance and HR teams, processes, and operations in this new year as we all continue to navigate COVID-19.
October HHS OIG Work Plan updates include oversight of state MFCUs, a review of national drug control program funds, an audit of COVID-19 Uninsured Program and more.
While the country prepares to extend the Public Health Emergency due to COVID-19, let’s review the latest waiver sanctions and flexibilities announced by government authorities and local healthcare providers.
September HHS OIG Work Plan updates include COVID-19 data and guidance, MAO provider identifier suggestions, FDA reviews, and more.
Why are we seeing so few healthcare license discipline reports? A recent article for USA Today reports significant decreases.
As the meaningful data surrounding the mid and long term effects of the COVID-19 crisis begin to come into focus, one aspect of the dramatically impacted healthcare industry is becoming clear: growing Medicaid MCO enrollment.
August HHS OIG Work Plan updates include MAO risk assessments, reports on nursing home safety and emergency preparedness, COVID-19 CARES Act funding audits, and more.
HHS Office for Civil Rights (OCR) recently distributed an anti-discrimination Bulletin to ensure that federal financial assistance beneficiaries comply with federal civil rights and regulations.