2022 Compliance and Risk Management Conference | Day 1

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Tuesday, October 4

7:30 - 8:30am | Registration and Continental Breakfast

8:30 - 10:00am | Keynote
Compliance: Back to Basics

Betsy Wade, MPH, CHC, CNA | Chief Compliance & Ethics Officer and Privacy Officer, Signature HealthCARE 

Compliance programs have evolved significantly since health care organizations began implementing them in the mid- to late-1990s. Programs have become more specialized, focusing on areas including telehealth and the COVID-19 pandemic. But despite the evolution, getting back to basics will help Compliance Officers ensure they have an effective program.

10:30am - 12:00pm | General Session 1

  • What I Learned From a Data Breach Investigation
    1.5 NAB CEUS
    J. David Sims  | Founder, HIPAA For MSPs 

    You don’t know what you don’t know. That phrase is never more evident than when you find yourself in the throws of an active data breach. Finger-pointing becomes the default response to nearly everything as the picture of how this happened becomes clearer. As panic sets in, you realize this nightmare was a long time in the making. Worse yet, it was completely avoidable. What went wrong?

    In this presentation, you will learn about the information OCR will ask you to provide if they have to investigate--from an actual OCR information request); why there is a communication gap between IT and Management… and what to do about it; HIPAA Technical Safeguard requirements; and why cybersecurity is not enough in 2022 and beyond.
  • Staying Relevant in Today's Staffing Market
    1.5 NAB CEUS
    Jeremy Kauffman | Managing Director, MHS Consulting

    It is no secret that a tight labor market continues to plague industries across the country. While health and human service organizations don't have the option to transition staff to remote work, employers are finding success by utilizing several new trends in workforce recruitment and retention. In this webinar, we will discuss new and emerging trends that provide opportunities to retain and recruit within your organization.

12:00 - 1:15pm | Networking Lunch

1:15 - 2:45pm | General Session 2

  • Risk Assessments
    1.5 NAB CEUS
    Betsy Wade, MPH, CHC, CNA  | Chief Compliance & Ethics Officer and Privacy Officer, Signature HealthCARE 

    Risk assessments can transform your compliance program from being reactive to proactive. This session will focus on the regulatory framework for risk assessments, including the five steps of a risk assessment, and how risk assessment and compliance program effectiveness tie together. Tools and resources will be discussed.
  • The Revolving Door: Costs and Risks of Employee Turnover
    1.5 NAB CEUS
    Michael J. Torchia, Esq. | Managing Member, Semanoff Ormsby Greenberg & Torchia, LLC 

    This session will present an overview of the most common employee claims and how failure to hire, short tenure and frequent employee turnover can increase an employer's risk of lawsuits. It will also review the liability associated with employee claims including penalties and remedies available to employees, insurance coverage, and individual liability.

2:45 - 3:00pm | Break

3:00 - 4:30pm | General Session 3

  • Dynamic Trainings for Diverse Learning Styles
    1.5 NAB CEUS
    Marsha Wesley Coleman | Director of Learning & Development, FSA | Friends Services Alliance

    People learn in different ways. When you are tasked with educating people on a topic, it can be challenging to create a training session or informative tool that works for everyone. In this session, the speaker will demonstrate effective tools to help people learn using interactive techniques. You will learn tips for creating dynamic training sessions that keep people engaged.
  • Psychotropic Medication Use in Skilled Nursing Facilities: Clinical and Regulatory Concerns
    1.5 NAB CEUS
    Shane Lawrence, PharmD, BCGP | Director of Clinical Pharmacy, Phoebe Pharmacy

    The session will focus on common psychiatric illnesses encountered in skilled nursing facilities and the appropriate vs inappropriate use of psychotropic medications, antipsychotics in particular. CMS standards will be reviewed.

6:00 p.m. Networking Dinner | Maggiano's Little Italy 160 N. Gulph Road, Ste. 205, King of Prussia, PA
$70 additional fee for dinner, not included in conference registration.
          Please meet in the Crowne Plaza Hotel for the shuttle to the restaurant. 


Registration Fees

HIPAA Pre-Conference Workshop | October 3

Members Non-Members
$200 $300

Back to Basics Conference | October 4-5

Members Non-Members
2 Day | $400 2 Day | $500
1 Day | $215 1 Day | $250