We’re presenting the panel discussion “Reducing Healthcare Risk with Strong Regulatory Change Management” on Wednesday, March 30 at 1:45 MDT. The Health Care Compliance Institute panel includes healthcare compliance consultants Shawn DeGroot and Ken Zeko and New York Presbyterian’s Chuck Mazur. They’ll discuss how healthcare Compliance functions support the overall wellbeing of their organizations. Attendees will hear how they can:
- Identify best practices for navigating regulatory change management in your organization
- Elevate their skills in leading through influence
- Connect compliance mandates to patient care, business objectives and reduced risk
The panel will discuss some of the challenges of effective regulatory change management. They’ll look at the risks an organization takes when it doesn’t support regulatory change management. And they’ll suggest ways for effectively navigating organizational complexity.
Their insights are backed up with industry data that YOU provided in our survey recently. Insights from your peers illustrate how compliance pros work in and influence across their organizations. The data also looks at metrics you’re using to show the effectiveness and value of your Compliance function.
If you can’t attend the event, we’ve got you covered: The session will be recorded and available from HCCA after the event. Plus, we will summarize the discussion and insights from the survey in early April. If you are at the event, be sure to visit Jerry and the team at booth #317 in the exhibit hall and come see the panel discussion.
26th Annual Health Care Compliance Institute
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