Partnership Will Dramatically Simplify
Healthcare Compliance and Transform
Regulatory Knowledge into a Resalable Product
youCompli is pleased to announce a partnership with Horty, Springer & Mattern, P. C.
youCompli’s healthcare-focused regulatory compliance software platform is powered by Regulatory Intelligence reviewed by Horty Springer. The result is a highly trusted healthcare-focused software system which makes regulatory compliance, easier, faster, and less expensive.
Henry Casale, Partner at Horty Springer, said, “We are always looking for new innovative ways of creating value for healthcare providers” He continued; “The business model allows regulatory knowledge to be reused to the benefit of Providers. In my opinion, this unique approach is a giant step forward in the process of changing the law firm model”.
Jerry Shafran, CEO & Founder of youCompli stated; “Healthcare providers are struggling with managing a complex regulatory environment”. “This partnership continues to solidify youCompli’s position as a leader in the delivery of healthcare-focused compliance solutions”.
youCompli is the 1st if-its-kind healthcare focused, regulatory knowledge sharing platform. The platform allows hospitals to streamline their compliance processes, mitigate their regulatory risk, and save time and money in the process. youCompli’s compliance experts translate new healthcare regulations into business requirements. After review by a nationally recognized law firm, the requirements are delivered to the healthcare provider in a software that helps them ensure the regulatory requirements are completed.
About Horty Springer
Horty Springer is the first law firm to devote its practice exclusively to health care law. From its offices in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, the firm’s 17 attorneys serve hospital and health system clients in all 50 states in association with their local counsel. The firm advises health system physician leaders, executives, boards and legal counsel on a wide variety of matters including medical staff bylaws, credentialing, privileging and peer review, corporate governance issues, regulatory compliance, payor relationships, mergers and acquisitions and all manner of policies and contracts, as well as representing health care clients in contract, antitrust, fraud and abuse and medical staff-related litigation.