Healthcare Paper on Compliance Interview Agenda (Questions and Answers)

Compliance Interview Agenda (Questions and Answers)

  1. Would you say that compliance is one of the major strengths of our organization today? (4 minutes)
  2. R. Without a doubt, compliance has been one of the major strengths of our organization for years now. In fact, our organization’s success and competitiveness have greatly been owed to its compliance with the several regulations and laws in place (Wulf 366).
  3. In my previous organization, there was an audit of the Corporate Compliance Plan by the Office of the Inspector General (OIG). Has a similar audit been completed by this organization? ( 6 minutes)
  4. The fact that we live in an era where there is increased regulation and enforcements for both public and private companies; means that every company must have a Corporate Compliance Plan or Program (Cleverley and Andrew 96). Auditing of the programs must be done and completed, and I am happy to say that our organization has been at the forefront in putting in place a Corporate Compliance Plan and ensuring that an audit of the plan has been completed by the Office of the Inspector General (OIG).
  5. It is important that our organization’s practices relate with the Responsible Corporate Officer (RCO) doctrine (Ellis 977). Is that the case in our organization, and if so, has there been a review of our organization’s practices as they relate to the Responsible Corporate Officer (RCO) doctrine? (4 minutes)
  6. I can state categorically that our organization’s practices relate with the Responsible Corporate Officer (RCO) doctrine. In fact, there has been a review of every practice of our organization as they relate to the RCO.
  7. My previous organization’s subjection to a Corporate Integrity Agreement could not be avoided, as little efforts were put towards ensuring strong policies, training programs and clear communication of compliance initiatives (Kaptein and Johan 2). What measures are in place to ensure that our organization avoids the subjection to CIA? (5 minutes)
  8. For every organization to remain competitive and become successful, strong policies, training programs, and clear communication of compliance initiatives must be put in place (Kaptein and Johan 2). Our organization is committed to ensuring that each of the mentioned aspects is put in place, and this will be a major stride to avoiding the subjection to CIA.
  9. As an organization, are we focused on the proposed Treasury regulations section 501r? (4 minutes)
  10. R. Every member of our organization is well aware of the benefit that the proposed Treasury regulations section 501r has on our organization, and this is why it remains our main focus.
  11. Every organization in this industry is obliged to establish or support one or more charitable Hospital Organizations (Cleverley and Andrew 102). What is our focus towards this? (4 minutes)
  12. R. Our commitment to CSR is underlined by the fact that we have established two charitable Hospitable Organizations in the past two years.
  13. Would you confirm that our organization follows the FDA Red Flag Rules to the latter, and how has this been beneficial to the organization? (5 minutes)
  14. R. We have trained our members on the importance of the FDA Red Flag Rules, and we do understand that FDA Red Flags play an integral role in the prevention of identity theft (El 236).
  15. Would you confirm that there are, or there have been adjustments regarding Accounting control over Recovery Audit? (4 minutes)
  16. R. Accounting control over Recovery Audit being a major determiner of the success of every organization means that our organization has been committed to making adjustments to the same.
  17. Would you confirm our organization’s compliance with Privacy Laws and HIPAA? (4 minutes)
  18. R. Our organization’s compliance with Privacy Laws and HIPAA cannot be doubted whatsoever.
  19. What are the Consumer Collection Laws in place in our organization, and has the organization shown efforts of compliance with the laws? (5 minutes)
  20. R. One of the Consumer Collection Laws in our organization is that: a consumer may collect his or her product or request for service at any time that he or she feels convenient (Sheldon et al 86). So far so good as we are committed to complying with this law, and there are more to come.

 

Works Cited

Cleverley, William O, and Andrew E. Cameron. Essentials of Health Care Finance. Sudbury, Mass: Jones and Bartlett Publishers, 2007. Print.

El, Emam K. Risky Business: Sharing Health Data While Protecting Privacy. S.l.: Trafford On Demand Pub, 2013. Print.

Ellis, Andrew R. “Responsible Corporate Officer Doctrine: Sharpening a Blunt Health Care Fraud Enforcement Tool, The.” NYUJL & Bus. 9 (2012): 977.

Kaptein, Muel, and Johan Ferdinand Dietrich Bernardus Wempe. The balanced company: A theory of corporate integrity. Oxford University Press, 2002.

Sheldon, Jonathan, Carolyn L. Carter, and Chi C. Wu. Collection Actions: Defending Consumers and Their Assets. Boston, Mass: National Consumer Law Center, 2008. Print.

Wulf, Katharina. Ethics and Compliance Programs in Multinational Organizations. Wiesbaden: Springer Gabler, 2012. Internet resource.