Legal Mandate Increases Compliance Risk for Nursing Facilities

Long-term care organizations must have a compliance and ethics program to meet the healthcare industry’s dynamic regulatory requirements, reduce risk and elevate the quality of patient care.

All nursing home facilities will need to make it a priority to develop a 3E compliance program, meaning one that is effective, efficient and economical. 

Organizations should start with a needs assessment, then identify appropriate stakeholders to develop and implement a 3E compliance program. Once in place, the compliance program should be continually reviewed and enhanced, where necessary, to optimize its benefits and ensure continued effectiveness.

Our white paper provides insights about the core elements required to develop an effective 3E compliance program.

 


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