The Washington Executive Course: A Certification Intensive Course for Compliance Professionals.

May 4 – 6, 2022 • Online

May 4 - 6, 2022

The following are tentative and are eastern standard times (EST):
May. 4th, 2022 - 8:30am - 5pm EST
May. 5th, 2022 - 9am - 5pm EST
May. 6th, 2022 - 9am - 3pm EST

Location

Online

Tuition

$1,095 Government / Academic
$1,295 Members
$1,595 Non-Members

CEUs

Those who complete the Washington Course satisfy all educational requirements to obtain or renew the Certified Compliance Executive (CCE) credential, the highest level credential in healthcare. Individuals may also attend to obtain or renew the Certified Compliance Professional (CCP) credential.

 

This course has been approved for 24.3 CCB CEUs.

Brochure (PDF)

PDF Updated: February 22, 2022

The Washington Executive Course: A Certification Intensive Course for Compliance Professionals.

The Washington Executive Course is offered to compliance professional seeking an intensive update on current compliance issues as well as best compliance program practices. This Certification Intensive Course is called the Washington Executive Course because many of its faculty members are key members of the Washington, D.C. compliance community.

The Washington Course combines the best features of an interactive seminar with the content of an intensive course. You will be around the table with other experienced compliance professionals, while also getting the content of one of the Trust’s Certification Intensive Courses, which are comprehensive of compliance program practices and trends.

This course meet all of the educational requirements for the Certified Compliance Professional (CCP) and Certified Compliance Executive (CCE) credentials as well as offering 24.3 CEUs toward HCCA’s credentials.

Who should attend?

The Washington Course is intended primarily for those who have achieved a basic level of compliance knowledge. Additionally, healthcare professionals from other functions (such as HR, Audit, or IT) are welcome to attend. Board members can attend at no charge when accompanied by their CO.

This program is normally held once per calendar year.

Enjoy a Vendor-free learning environment as per Health Ethics Trust standard practice.

Content

In addition to core topics of interest to CCOs, there will be emphasis on:

  • Advanced Investigative Methods
  • Conflict of Interest Management
  • Stark /AKS
  • Governance Issues
  • Improving Internal Reporting
  • Program and Risk Assessments
  • Measuring Program Effectiveness
  • Board Oversight

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Topics and Agenda

(tentative)

Day 1- May 4:

“Compliance- The Essentials”

Not only does an organization need to have a healthy and collaborative culture for the compliance program to be successful, it needs a strong foundation of basic compliance principles. This program segment addresses the basic components necessary to establish and maintain an effective compliance program.

  • 8:30 am Registration
  • 9:00 am Compliance Trends
  • 10:00 am Integrating Quality & Compliance
  • 11:00 am First Line of Defense
  • 12:00 pm Lunch
  • 1:00 pm Compliance Investigations I
  • 3:00 pm Risk Assessment
  • 4:00 pm OIG Work Plan

 

Day 2- May 5:

“Tools for Success”

As enforcement casts a wider net in the pursuit of fraud, waste and abuse recoveries, compliance professionals need to address new and emerging compliance challenges with new tools. This program segment will look at practical tools and methods that will help even the most experienced compliance professional be successful in addressing these new challenges.

  • 9:00 am Core Compliance Training
  • 10:00 am Governance Essentials
  • 11:00 am Conflict of Interests
  • 12:00 pm Lunch
  • 1:00 pm Effective Mgmt of Whistleblower Risks
  • 2:00 pm Compliance Investigations II
  • 4:00 pm Risk-Based Compliance Auditing

 

Day 3- May 6:

“Compliance Challenges and Emerging Risks”

Compliance professionals are often so busy with the daily chores of maintaining a compliance program that there is little time to reflect on new and emerging compliance risks. This program segment will identify some of these risks, as well as a means for staying abreast of new compliance risk areas.

  • 9:00 am Legal Compliance Basics
  • 10:00 am Compliance Program Assessment I
  • 11:00 am Current Regulatory Update
  • 12:00 pm Lunch
  • 1:00 pm Using Compliance Surveys
  • 2:00 pm Compliance Program Assessment II

Faculty

This course provides a highly intensive overview of current compliance issues. Invited faculty include among others:
  • Thomas Anderson, GuideWell Source
  • Lynn Barrett, Esq.
  • Kimberly Brandt, Tarplin Downs
  • John Kelly, Bass Berry & Sims
  • Christopher Frisina, Allston & Bird
  • Andrew Grosso, Esq.
  • Daniel Herbst, Reed Smith
  • Donetta Horseman, Moffitt Cancer Center
  • Andrew Lu, Reed Smith
  • Debra Muscio, CCE
  • Kirk Ogrosky, Goodwin Law
  • Jackie Papish, Bass Berry & Sims
  • Mark Pastin, Health Ethics Trust
  • Myla Reizen, K&L Gates
  • Mike Smith, CCE, EverCare
  • Heidi Sorensen, Alston & Bird

Certification & Continuing Education

HET Continuing Education Units

Those who complete the Washington Course satisfy all educational requirements to obtain or renew the Certified Compliance Executive (CCE) credential, the highest level credential in healthcare. Individuals may also attend to obtain or renew the Certified Compliance Professional (CCP) credential.

 

CEU's Towards External Certifications

Health Ethics Trust courses carry credit towards a number of external professional certifications and educational requirements.

 

This course has been approved for 24.3 CCB CEUs.

Webinar

This course is held online via Zoom.

Cancellation Policy

The Trust is committed to offering the highest level of compliance education at the lowest feasible price.

Registration for Health Ethics Trust courses is an agreement to pay the applicable course tuition. Tuition for cancellations two weeks prior to program is refunded less an administrative fee to be determined. Tuition for cancellation after the deadline is not refundable, but a credit toward tuition for a future Trust program (tuition less the administrative fee; must be used within 12 months) will be issued in some cases. Those who cancel after the deadline must still pay the tuition that they agreed to pay by registering for the course even if they have not yet paid their tuition at the time of cancellation. Cancellation Policy is strictly enforced.

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