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Certified Medical Compliance Officer Course

July 6, 2016 by  
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Certified Medical Compliance Officer

Edinburg Conference Center at Renaissance
This certification program was developed and is taught exclusively by 

Robert W. Liles, JD, MBA, MS,
Formerly served as the first National Health Care Fraud Coordinator at the Executive Office for U.S. Attorneys, U.S. Department of Justice

D.K. Everitt, CMCO, CCO, Health Care Compliance Officer
President, the Compliance Division

It is no longer a question of whether or not your practice will be audited, but when.

Here is why you need it. The evolution of health care is changing the way we handle patient records, document medical necessity, write prescriptions, bill for services, and work with physicians, hospitals and suppliers. As if all of this were not stressful enough, the Office of the Inspector General (OIG) is watching and commanding total compliance with current rules and regulations. Each day that passes without an effective Compliance Plan increases your risk of staggering fines, penalties or even criminal liability if an auditor uncovers overpayments or alleged fraud.

Is your organization prepared for greater accountability? Compliance goes beyond a paper document stuck in a file. It represents a functional, ongoing program with factors such as measuring effectiveness, proper training, review and update of policies and procedures. The U.S. Department of Justice is going to examine both your actions and those of your organization when making a determination of whether or not to prosecute allegations of improper conduct.  There is no excuse for continuing down the wrong road.  Take action today to better ensure that your health care organization fully complies with applicable statutory and regulatory requirements!

5-Day Course  |  8 am– 5 pm

August 30, 31, Sept. 1, 28, 29

Texas Workforce Commission Grant Money May Be Available!
If you have a medical practice in good standing with Texas Workforce Commission with less than 100 employees, your employees can qualify. Contact Rosella Juarez at TSTC by calling (956) 364-4615 or by emailing rosella.juarez@tstc.edu so that you can get the application completed in time to take advantage of this awesome PMI Certification.

The Grant application must be correctly completed no later than July 30, 2016. 

If not seeking Grant funds, you may qualify for reduced tuition if you are a Doctors Hospital at Renaissance (DHR) or a Physicians Health Plus (PHP) employee.

DHR/PHP applicants must register at (800) 259-5562:

Payment Plan is Available

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