If your answer to that question is no, then you need to attend the Community Health Center Corporate Compliance Training hosted by Michigan Primary Care Association in Lansing on December 1-2.
Along with the millions of dollars of investment in Health Centers through the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act this year to expand services and respond to increased demand for primary and preventive health care comes great responsibility. Health Centers must take adequate steps to maintain compliance with ARRA’s requirements. Failing to do so will put Health Centers at great risk.
This training specifically designed for Community Health Centers by Feldesman Tucker Leifer Fidell LLP and RSM McGladrey Inc., with financial support from the National Association of Community Health Centers, will provide information about:
- The new climate of accountability, transparency, and enforcement
- Elements of effective compliance programs
- Legal and financial requirements for key Health Center risk areas
- Implementing a compliance program
Included in the two-day training is an optional compliance officer training session.
The registration deadline for this training is November 16 – click here for the agenda and registration form.