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7 Core Elements of a Provider Compliance Program

Jenny Studdard discusses the Affordable Care Act’s requirement that mandates compliance programs and the 7 core elements, as defined by the Office of Inspector General. These include written policies, procedures, and standards of conduct; program oversight; training and education; opening the lines of communication, auditing and monitoring; consistent discipline; and corrective actions.

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"This was an excellent, well-organized and succinct presentation regarding the seven core elements of a provider compliance program related to auditing and monitoring.  Your lecture was greatly enhanced by your education and expertise as a certified professional coder.  In addition, to your specialist training as a coder. 

Very informative topic series.  Risk assessment are vital key components in monitoring and auditing.  Responding to problems in a timely manner with  corrective action is essential.  I believe that the mission statement of the organization, mentoring development, maintaining responsibility, monitoring systems, managing problems, measuring progress of healthcare professionals

need to be adopted as a  practice of life-long learning process in any facility. 

Again, another excellent power point with up-to-date research regarding core elements of program regarding auditing and monitoring.

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