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HCCA Announces Continuing Education Opportunities in Clinical Practice Compliance and Medical Practice Compliance for Fall 2022

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Minneapolis, August 16, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Healthcare compliance professionals can get a comprehensive view of the latest industry insights from the comfort of their home or office at two virtual conferences hosted by the Health Care Compliance Association® (HCCA®). increase. The Clinical Practice Compliance Conference will be held October 11-12 and the Healthcare Enforcement Compliance Conference will be November 7-9.

As the healthcare environment evolves with new technologies, virtual care, and increased specialization, these annual conferences provide important updates and strategies for developing and managing your organization’s compliance initiatives. Both conferences will feature live educational sessions with industry leaders and give attendees the opportunity to earn live Compliance Certification Board (CCB)® Continuing Education Credits (CEUs).

Virtual clinical practice compliance meeting
Held October 11-12, 2022, this virtual conference will focus on government initiatives related to physicians, clinics, and physician integrity trends. An experienced compliance professional shares best practices for his initiative compliance in a clinical setting.sign up August 30th Save on registration.

This year’s agenda includes:

  • patient portal
  • Coding and billing
  • Investigation confidentiality
  • stark row
  • Compliance risk communication strategy
  • Cybersecurity Act Section 405(d)
  • conflict of interest
  • CMS Emergency Preparedness Rules

To view the full agenda and register, please visit the conference website at

Medical Execution Compliance Meeting
Attendees at the Healthcare Enforcement Compliance Conference, November 7-9, will hear directly from government enforcement leaders about regulatory changes, expectations and key priorities.Early Bird Registration Closed September 21st.

Contents of the educational session:

  • Anti-Kickback and the Stark Act
  • False Claims Prevention Act
  • Internal investigation, repayment, self-disclosure
  • Federal/State Enforcement and the Opioid Crisis
  • Hospital and Physician Compensation Arrangements
  • Cybersecurity in medical privacy
  • Criminal and Civil Enforcement and Telemedicine

For more information or to register, please visit the conference website at

The Health Care Compliance Association® (HCCA®) was established in 1996 to serve health care compliance professionals and expanded in 2004 with the Society for Corporate Compliance and Ethics (SCCE®) to serve all industries. We serve the global compliance and ethics community. With a total of over 19,000 members in 100 countries, SCCE & HCCA is one of the largest associations advancing the interests of compliance and ethics professionals.Head office location Minneapolis, MinnesotaSCCE & HCCA, exists to champion ethical practices and compliance standards and to provide ethics and compliance professionals with the training, publications, certifications, and other resources they need.

Visit the SCCE website at or call 888.277.4977.
Visit HCCA’s website at or call 888.580.8373.

Source Healthcare Compliance Association (HCCA)