American Health Law Association Partners with Wolters Kluwer to Launch New Edition of Health Care Compliance Professional’s Manual
- March 30, 2020
AHLA today announced a new strategic partnership with Wolters Kluwer Legal & Regulatory U.S. on the latest edition of the Health Care Compliance Professional’s Manual (HCCPM). The partnership on this edition, which will integrate AHLA’s acclaimed educational resources and Wolters Kluwer’s deep domain expertise, will bring a wide range of comprehensive content to one of the most vital resources in health care compliance.
Available digitally through Cheetah™ and MediRegs, the HCCPM’s third edition is designed to support compliance professionals within health care organizations as well as consultants who advise health systems and institutions. The new edition, which draws upon the expertise of AHLA’s more than 13,000 members, has been reviewed and reorganized by an elite and dedicated editorial board to ensure that it offers comprehensive and easy-to-find compliance information.
“HCCPM has been a crucial resource for health care compliance officers for many years, and through our partnership with AHLA, we have taken this resource to the next level by designing it to meet the needs of the entire compliance team,” said Kristen Kaplan, Sr. Health Law Portfolio Leader for Wolters Kluwer Legal & Regulatory U.S. “As we are committed to providing health care compliance professionals with the most comprehensive, actionable content and solutions, this partnership demonstrates a significant step in our commitment.”
“HCCPM is one of the most respected titles in health care compliance,” said Rob Anderson, Senior Director of Publishing at AHLA. “We are excited to work with Wolters Kluwer to equip health care compliance professionals with such a quality resource.”
HCCPM’s third edition includes:
- greater breadth and depth of practical knowledge - sample forms, policies, checklists and procedures;
- fresh perspectives of AHLA experts who guided the development of new risk-assessment and facility-focused tools;
- sections dealing with compliance issues in specific settings, such as long-term care and behavioral health;
- updated information on physician compensation, EMTALA, clinical laboratory compliance and clinical research; and
- new sections in the Fraud and Abuse chapter, which offer vital information about proposed changes to Stark and Anti-kickback rules.
To learn more about the HCCPM’s third edition, visit: WoltersKluwerLR.com/HCCPM
About Wolters Kluwer Legal & Regulatory U.S.
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