Kusserow on Compliance: 3-Part Webinar

Internal Investigations: Managing Risk and Executing with Excellence

3-Part Webinar Series
Thursday, September 1, 15, and 29, 2016
1:00 PM – 2:30 PM Eastern Time

(5.4 CEUs; 3.75 CLE hours, 0.75 ethics hours)

Organizations must be prepared to address allegations of fraud, misconduct, harassment, retaliation, safety and code violations, among others.  It is imperative that all organizations, regardless of their place in the healthcare industry, develop an internal investigations program to address these circumstances properly, as failure to do so can escalate the problem and increase exposure to legal liability. Join former HHS Inspector General, Richard Kusserow, and his faculty for best practices, sample policies, and continuing education credits.  Over the course of this 3-part webinar series, the faculty of career federal investigators and attorneys will provide guidance on how to develop an internal investigation program, respond to employee complaints, prepare for investigations, conduct interviews, write final reports to close investigations, and communicate findings to executives and boards of directors.  Each webinar in the series will clearly detail the phases of an internal investigation, pitfalls to avoid, and how to execute with excellence while mitigating risk.  Register today for this webinar on executing effective internal investigations:

  • Establishing internal investigation program and policies and procedures to support action.
  • Perspective on the roles Legal, Compliance, and Human Resources in investigations
  • The 7 steps to an investigation
    • Gathering background information
    • Planning the investigation
    • Initiating the investigation
    • Executing interim actions in an organization
    • Gathering documentary evidence and conducting interviews
    • Writing the final investigation report
    • Closing the case and communicating findings
  • Guidance on how to conduct interviews, fact finding, and the art of questioning.
  • Interview tips for dealing with deception.
  • Best practices for managing information and documentary evidence.
  • Effective report writing and disclosures.
  • Best practices for communicating to management, the Board, and outside agencies.
  • An opportunity to get answers to your specific questions.
Faculty: Richard Kusserow
Emil Moschella, JD
Suzanne Castaldo, JD, CHC
Kashish Chopra, JD, MBA, CHC
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Dates: Part I: Establishing an Internal Investigation Program: Protocol, Planning, and Investigation Initiation. Thursday September 1, 2016, 1:00-2:30 PM Eastern Time

Part II: Gathering Documentary Evidence and Conducting Interviews. Thursday September 15, 2016, 1:00-2:30 PM Eastern Time

Part III: Writing an Investigation Report and Closing Actions. Thursday September 29, 2016, 1:00 -2:30 PM Eastern Time

Fees: $495 per site for the complete 3-Part series – 15% Discount
(5.4 CEUs, 3.75 CLE hours, 0.75 ethics hour total)$195 per site per session if registering a-la-cart
(1.8 CEUs, 1.25 CLE hours, 0.25 ethics hours per session)
Registration: Click “Register Now” or use the following link:  http://goo.gl/g8gp3U
(Registration is open, feel free to forward to colleagues)

 

For more information about this webinar series or CLE/CEU approval, please contact Kashish Chopra, kchopra@strategicm.com or call 703-535-1413. CLE credit approval: TX
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Strategic Management brings an unparalleled depth of knowledge and experience to the compliance risk issues facing health care organizations.  More information on the firm can be found at www.compliance.com or by contacting us at (703) 683-9600.

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