Written Compliance Plan

Written Compliance Plan

Plan Implementation 

Implementing a compliance plan is critical to any healthcare organization. An effective plan includes:

  • Written policies and procedures
  • Designation of a Compliance Officer and a Compliance Committee
  • Ongoing training and education
  • Periodic auditing and monitoring
  • Open lines of communication
  • Procedure to detect and correct problems
  • Active enforcement of disciplinary standards

Consider the benefits

An effective compliance program has many benefits, including:

  • Ensures fulfillment of the organization's mission to patients and community
  • Demonstrates commitment to honest and responsible conduct
  • Improves the quality, efficiency and consistency of patient care
  • Encourages employees to report potential problems
  • Facilitates prompt and thorough investigation of alleged misconduct
  • Initiates immediate and appropriate corrective action
  • Reduces exposure to penalties and sanctions
  • Minimizes the financial loss of false claims, preserving the integrity of the Medicare benefit

Click below if you are interested in our Corporate Compliance Program and would like to download a sample of MedSafe's White Paper: 7 Steps for a Compliance Program.