Corporate Compliance & Ethics Week Resources


7 Elements of an Effective Compliance & Ethics Program

Compliance & Ethics Discussion Topics

O&P Alliance Sexual Misconduct, Harassment, and Discrimination Resource Guide

Compliance section of the Co-OP: Includes – Laws and Regulations, Fraud and Abuse, Professional Conduct, Patient Inducement, Building a Compliance Plan, Non-payment Regulatory, FDA, OSHA, Medical Device Excise Tax, Used Devices

White Paper: Why Do I Need a Compliance Plan?
How to Convince your CEO Need a Compliance Plan (funny Youtube video)
White Paper: Why Should I Celebrate?

AOPA_Code_of_Interactions: AOPA adopted this voluntary Code on relationships with U.S. healthcare professionals.

Measuring the Effectiveness of a Compliance Plan: On January 17, 2017, a group of compliance professionals and staff from the Department of Health and Human Services, Office of Inspector General (OIG) met to discuss ways to measure the effectiveness of compliance programs. This document is the result of that meeting.

Compliance Corner Articles, as published in the O&P Almanac

Business Associates and Agreements – April 2018 (Take the quiz)
Compliance Issues and Facility Accreditation – January 2018 (Take the quiz)
How Effective is your Compliance Plan – October 2017 (Take the quiz)
HIPAA Tips – April 2017 (Take the quiz)
Crafting your Compliance Plan – January 2017 (Take the quiz)
Dissecting the Standards – October 2016 (Take the quiz)
Physician Standards – July 2016 (Take the quiz)
Coding Guidelines – April 2016 (Take the quiz)


Webinar: Cyber Top 10 Safety Rules, Presented by Rebecca Snell
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Webinar: On Sexual Harassment in the Workplace, Presented by Joyce Perrone
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Webinar: Compliance in the Workplace, Presented by Teri Kuffel, JD
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Organizational Compliance, by Mitch Dobson, CPO, FAAOP – FREE for AOPA members

How the “Three Amigos” of a Compliance Program— Compliance Officer, Legal, and Human Resources—Can Work Together – FREE for AOPA members
William K. Wong, Sr. Coding & Compliance Educator/Auditor, Providence Health & Services
Walter E. Johnson, Director of Compliance & Ethics, Kforce Government Solutions
Frank Ruelas, Facility Compliance Professional, St. Joseph’s Hospital and Medical Center/Dignity Health
•Assess and identify how Compliance, Legal, and HR play critical roles in several key elements of a compliance program to include those related to policies and procedures, auditing and monitoring, response and investigation, and enforcement
•Identify and learn how to align the strengths and weaknesses of these three areas so as to optimize their overall, collective contributions to the development of a compliance program.
•Identify risks to mitigate the potential of sub optimization in the level of collaboration among Compliance, Legal, and HR given their respective duties that support an effective compliance program