Compliance Risks in Your Work Force: Best Practices to Avoid Sanctioned and High-Risk Staff

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The Association of Healthcare Internal Auditors (AHIA) has written and compiled a few articles in their New Perspectives quarterly journal that touches upon up-to-date issues and current trends. This quarter’s journal discusses topics on such as compliance risks, healthcare fraud, and vendor risk management. This specific article goes over the best practices to help professionals better select the most effective solution for their organization. Conducting background checks is always difficult and complex in the healthcare industry when compliance requirements are constantly changing and being updated. The article addresses the new, intelligent compliance assurance solutions and technologies to provide quick and easy access to all sanctions lists needed.  Because there is no centralized list for sanctioned medical staff and volunteers, healthcare organizations must consistently do routine checks on their employees across various different sources.  Ensuring compliance isn’t easy, but by reading this perspective article and going through the key points, your organization will be on its way to complying with all healthcare requirements. 

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