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Journal of Health Care Compliance

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With the Journal of Health Care Compliance you'll share the proven strategies of other health care organizations for compliance programs that work. Learn tested methods for getting buy-in for your compliance program from physicians, department managers, senior management, and the Board of Directors...Discover what products and information resources are available to help you...and more.

Each bi-monthly issue offers a balanced blend of information for all professionals concerned with compliance. You'll find columns for individuals in specific health care roles and settings…Perspectives from leading experts on a variety of compliance topics...Late-breaking news, resource listings, and other timely information.

The Journal of Health Care Compliance is the smart way to stay up-to-date on current and emerging compliance issues and avoid inquiries, penalties, and losses. It covers the full spectrum of compliance concerns:

  • Billing and coding compliance
  • Risk management
  • Physician self-referral (Stark) and anti-kickback laws
  • Antitrust
  • Compliance and quality
  • Medicaid fraud enforcement and RACs
  • Health information management
  • Corporate governance
  • Laboratory compliance
  • And much more!

Also, in each issue, the Journal of Health Care Compliance features a one-on-one interview with a key compliance professional, conducted by Roy Snell, the Chief Executive Officer/Executive Director of the Health Care Compliance Association.

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See what our clients are saying:

“This is a publication by your peers, who understand what you do every day because they do what you do. Therefore, the articles are practical, succinct, and have a point. People who ‘kind of’ understand the compliance profession don’t know what is important, and therefore must assume everything is important. If everything is important, then nothing is important. Your peers get it and get to the point in the Journal.”

-Roy Snell, Editor