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Online Compliance Training- CHCP and CPCO

If you want to take your career to the next level, MCHCs Online Compliance Training Course is one way you can get there in just 9 months or less. Our well-seasoned Certified Healthcare Compliance Officers, Certified Professional Compliance Officer and our educational team has developed an expansive Compliance Training Course and Compliance Certification Program that applies today's risk areas, current laws, regulations and guidelines and more. MCHC offers more resources than other online programs  to ensure you succeed and ultimately reach your goal of mastering the CHCP or the CPCO. Learn more about what is healthcare compliance.  Register Today to begin your new career as a Compliance Officer!

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Training Includes

  • Online Mentor Access

  • 9 months online access

  • On-demand Lectures and resource videos

  • Games and activities 

  • Timed quizzes and exams

  • Real-world practical application  task

Course Requirements

Internet Access

Coding Experience

Healthcare Experience 

Ability to research and analyze data

Complete training in 9 months

Certification

Registration Options

  • Compliance Online Training only  $699

  • Compliance Online Training and CHCP certification exam   $898

Training Outline

Unit 1: OIG Compliance Guidance

OIG Compliance Guidance for Individual and Small Group Practices

OIG Compliance Guidance for Hospitals

OIG Compliance Guidance for Third Party Billing Companies

OIG General Compliance Guidance

The role of a healthcare compliance officer is crucial in today's healthcare industry. In an ever-evolving and highly regulated industry, healthcare organizations must ensure that they are adhering to various regulations and laws. This is where the healthcare compliance officer steps in.

 

Healthcare compliance officers play a vital role in preventing legal, financial, and reputational risks within the organization. They are responsible for overseeing and implementing compliance programs, conducting audits, and monitoring and reporting any regulatory changes. They ensure that the organization is following all relevant laws, regulations, and ethical standards.

Certification in healthcare compliance is highly valued as it demonstrates a strong understanding of the industry and a commitment to professional development. It provides evidence of the individual's expertise and knowledge, and can help advance their career. Additionally, certified healthcare compliance officers are better equipped to navigate the complexities of the healthcare industry and to provide effective and efficient solutions to compliance challenges.

Compliance Officer Training includes the following: 

  • OIG Compliance Guidance for Individual and Small Group Practices, Hospitals and Third Party Billing Companies. Additionally, OIG Compliance Guidance for Hospitals and General Compliance Guidance will be addressed. 

  • Discussion of the importance of written policy and procedures. 

  • Healthcare Risk Areas such as: medical record documentation, conflict of interest, medical necessity, Advance Beneficiary Notice, overpayments, billing of non-covered services, joint ventures, gain-sharing arrangements, discounts / professional courtesy, rental of office space, Corporate Integrity Agreements, The Joint Commission, mail and wire fraud, exclusions program, Federal Sentencing Guidelines, and unlawful advertising

  • Discuss the Corporate Compliance Program

  • Laws and Regulations including: Fraud and Abuse, Stark Law, Physician self-referral law, HIPAA, False Claims Act, EMTALA, Anti-kickback Statute, Mail and wire fraud, RICO, OHSA, CLIA, Civil Monetary Penalties, Guidelines for Teaching Physicians, Gifts and gratuities, and the Self Disclosure Protocols

  • HIPPA: The Privacy Rule, The Security Rule, Breach Notification guidance, The Enforcement Rule, Covered Entities and Business Associates, and Special HIPAA Topics

  • OSHA: Hazard Communication, Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), Respiratory Protection for Healthcare, Bloodborne pathogens, Safety and Health Programs, Workplace Violence, and Record Keeping. 

  • Human Resource Risk: Compliant job descriptions, Interview questions, Data Security, U.S. Eligibility to Work, EEOC, U.S. Department of Labor, FMLA, and Federal Record Retention Requirements

  • Reimbursement, Billing, and Risk Mitigation: The No Surprises Act, Internal Auditing Process, Claims Denials, Payer Contracts, and Utilizing Technology

  • Internal Investigations and Audits: Discuss the benefits, creating an internal audit, how to conduct the audit, organizing the data and reporting the findings.

  • Creating a compliance plan including: standards and procedures, compliance oversight structure, education and training, communications, monitoring and auditing, disciplinary action, and responding to detected offenses

  • How to perform an audit for coding, billing, reimbursement, compliance, etc. 

Questions about the training program? Call 904-495-6141

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