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Health Care Compliance Conference

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No Time for a Hard Time: Keeping Your Health Care Compliance Program Clear from Criminal Liability 

Free Registration

“An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.” 

-Benjamin Franklin 

In an era marked by increasing scrutiny, it is of paramount importance to safeguard health care organizations from potential criminal liabilities.  Benjamin Franklin’s advice—to take precautions before a crisis occurs—is what all health care organizations should strive to do by implementing proactive and robust compliance programs.  

Join us at this year’s Jaharis Health Law Institute Health Care Compliance Conference where we will address the critical and evolving challenges faced by health care professionals in maintaining transparent and ethically sound compliance programs. Our distinguished panel of experts will guide you through cutting-edge strategies, best practices and emerging regulatory trends to ensure your compliance programs remain resolute and impervious to legal pitfalls. They will engage in insightful discussions and share invaluable knowledge that will empower you to foster a culture of compliance excellence within your organizations while providing exceptional patient care.  

Featured Speaker: Gabriel Imperato, Partner, Nelson Mullins (JD ’77)
A Case Study in Compliance Program Effectiveness


  • DOJ Updates: Evaluation for an Effective Compliance Program 
  • FDR Oversight 
  • State and National Privacy Law Updates 
  • Hot Topics in Health Care Compliance  
  • Successes of the No Surprise Act 


Please register for this event by September 5, 2023, at  

The conference will be presented in-person and online. There is a room cap of 100 in-person attendees, and breakfast, lunch and refreshments will be provided for in-person participantsOnline participants will receive a link to view the presentation just ahead of the event.   No proof of vaccination is required of in-person guests and masks are optional.  

DePaul College of Law is an accredited Illinois MCLE provider.  This event is approved for up to 5.75 hours of Illinois Continuing Legal Education (CLE) credit.  This event also is approved for up to 6 hours of Compliance Certification Board (CCB) Continuing Education Units (CEUs).​