Fractional Compliance Officer

Healthcare and corporate compliance is tough and many companies do not have the bandwidth or capability to create, manage, and implement compliance policies and procedures as it applies to your healthcare organization. Compliance guarantees that your business processes and transactions follow all relevant legal and internal policies and procedures. Some of the duties we assist our companies with are HIPAA compliance policies and procedures, development and review company policies, advise management on the company’s compliance with laws and regulations, create and manage effective action plans in response to audit discoveries and compliance violations, advise on company procedures, practices, and documents to identify possible weaknesses or risks, assess company operations to determine compliance risk, advise on company education for compliance, resolve employee concerns about legal compliance.

More generally, as fractional Compliance Officer, our firm can help your organization keep up with legislation in these fast-changing times and ensure continual compliance, including in fields like telemedicine and digital health. In other words, we are available both to help your organization through inquiries by government regulators, or to pick up the slack on routine compliance matters if your in-house operations professional is preoccupied dealing with major issues. As fractional Compliance Officer, our firm is in continual contact with your organization, providing high levels of compliance and guidance on corporate governance and healthcare regulations. Our ability to communicate effectively with physician CEOs, human resources managers, financial officers, and other leaders of both the clinical and business teams makes us an unique asset to your organization.

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