RoP Training Requirements - Week 6: Compliance and Ethics

RoP Training Requirements - Week 6: Compliance and Ethics

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This Harmony Healthcare International, Inc (HHI) Compliance and Ethics (F946) Session provides a  global overview of the 7 elements required for an effective compliance program geared towards  all healthcare organizations with special attention on Skilled Nursing Facilities. This introductory  session provides leaders with the rationale for the governmentally mandated program as well as  strategies and examples on how to identify, prevent and mitigate areas of noncompliance. This  session will also educate attendees on the definition of fraud, the False Claims Act, along with the  process for monetary fines and penalties. The session includes a post session competency quiz for  attendees to gauge knowledge base. 

Recommended Audience

All Staff Mandatory, Owners, Operators, Compliance Officers, CEO, CFO,
Administrators, Nursing Management, Rehabilitation Management, Physical Therapists,
Occupational Therapists, Speech-Language Pathologists, Nurses, Reimbursement
Coordinators, Business Office Managers, Risk Managers, Safety Officers, and IT


This program will enable LTPAC professionals to provide quality healthcare leadership through an  understanding of Corporate Compliance in a skilled nursing facility.

Learning Outcomes

  1. The learner will be able to state the 7 elements of an effective Compliance Program.
  2. The learner will be able to describe 3 reasons to establish an effective Compliance  Program.
  3. The learner will be able to identify the intent of the False Claims Act

Contact Hours

NAB: 1.25
ANCC: 1.25


  1. F946 Compliance and Ethics Training 
  2. What is Compliance 
  3. Why Implement 
  4. Historical Perspective 
  5. Core Seven Elements 
  6. Benefits 
  7. False Claims Act 
  8. OIG 10 Reasons to Implement