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Professional Certification in February?

by | Jan 17, 2023

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1st Certification Intensive Course of 2023 | February 22-2

WHEN: February 22-23



Attend from anywhere!


The Health Ethics Trust’s February 2023 Intensive Course (virtual) is one of the Trust’s highly subscribed series of Certification Intensive Courses. These concentrated, comprehensive courses are called Certification Courses because they meet all continuing educational requirements for the Trust’s Certified Compliance Professional (CCP) and Certified Compliance Executive (CCE) credentials and typically offer 24.3 live CEUs for HCCA’s credentials.


Intensive Courses feature a complete overview of current issues and practices as presented by a distinguished national faculty.


This course focuses on regulatory and enforcement trends/issues and advanced compliance tools. Issues include PHE wind down, Medicare Advantage compliance, compliance investigations, compliance program assessment, hot topics in long-term care, Stark and Anti-Kickback Final Rules, risk assessment, research compliance essentials and other topics.


If you can’t pay full tuition, the Health Ethics Trust has offered scholarships for 25 years. Call 703-509-3734 for support.


Enroll at certification intensive. 

Become a Trust Member and save on tuition and many other benefits.

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Compliance Program Certification: The Accepted Mark of Compliance Program Excellence

Have you ever wondered why healthcare, a field driven by certifications/accreditations, does not have a certification for compliance programs? We at the Health Ethics Trust pondered this question 15 years ago. Organizations with outstanding compliance programs need a mark signifying this to their stakeholders. Mindful of this need, we launched Compliance Program Certification in 2008. Since that time, hundreds of organizations have earned Compliance Program Certification and proudly display its mark.


Compliance Program Certification is a peer review process following objective standards. These standards were developed by a panel of nearly 100 compliance officers and are published in Best Practice Standards for Compliance Programs.


The reviewers who conduct Certification reviews are compliance officers who have completed a special course on assessing compliance programs. The process is similar in structure to that used for the Baldrige National Quality Awards.


Organizations that have experienced the Certification process find it more useful than a regular compliance program assessment. The recommendations offered by peer reviewers are often more practical than those of consultants.


Leadership recognizes the importance of reputation management and may not have considered the compliance program as a source of organizational pride. Certification is a good way to show leadership a return on its investment in compliance.


If your compliance program merits recognition, consider Compliance Program Certification. Learn more about Compliance Program Certification at


If you would like more information on Compliance Program Certification, contact us at 703-509-3734 or by email at

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