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By Mary and Michael Jaharis Health Law Institute /
July 6, 2020 /
Posted in: Health Law, HLI News /
The 2020 Health Care Compliance Conference will address the key requirements for an effective compliance program and some of the challenges compliance professionals face when conducting education and training, responding to compliance violations, auditing and monitoring, implementing HIPAA protections, and communicating and reporting.
The conference will specifically address telehealth, preparedness, and the use of new technology for the delivery of healthcare in the current environment. Speakers will address the changes required in response to the recent pandemic, compliance in the current landscape, and how to transition to the anticipated new norm.
The cost to attend this one-day conference is $99 per person and, for DePaul alumni, $79 per person.
DePaul University College of Law is an accredited Illinois MCLE provider.
Pending MCLE approval, this program will be worth 5 Continuing Legal Education (CLE) credits.CCB approved, this program is worth
5 Continuing Education (CEU) credits.
Date: Thursday, August 27, 2020
Time: 9AM CT – 3PM CT
Location: Live Web Conference
Ahmed Salim (iRhythm Technologies, Inc.) will moderate the panels
9AM-9:50AM: Pattie Gregory (Shirley Ryan), and David Rapasadi (Medline): Compliance Training and Education
10AM-10:50AM: Joan Lebow (EM3), Tracy McCullough (Lurie Children’s Hospital): Response to Compliance Violations and Corrective Actions
11AM-11:50AM: Gabe Imperato (Nelson Mullins): Auditing and Monitoring for Compliance
1PM-1:50PM: Valerie Montoya (Equal Opportunity Specialist HIPAA and Civil Rights Investigator): HIPAA Privacy Implementation and more corrective actions
2PM- 2:50PM: Carlos Cruz (Amazon Care) and
Melissa Mitchell (Shirley Ryan): Communication and Reporting Mechanisms in Compliance, specifically with regard to telehealth.