Contributed by: William McSpadden, Risk Specialist I have always been a “big picture” thinker, compulsively envisioning how something fits into patterns and systems. Therefore, when I started to work in compliance, one of the biggest questions I asked was how do compliance and ethics programs fit in the big picture? One of the largest questions
Contributed by: Nick Gallo, ComplianceLine Co-CEO and Chief Servant Since the mid-90s, ComplianceLine has helped organizations execute their compliance initiatives and programs by establishing true partnerships and focusing on the long-term. Today, our mission – “Empowering caring leaders with actionable information to manage risk, reinforce culture, and improve their organizations.” – is the path we
Regardless of your industry, we believe if you care about your people you want to make sure they’re treated fairly and behave properly. That said, if you are more than one management layer removed from the ‘front lines’ then a secure and high-quality anonymous reporting hotline is essential. A properly scoped, implemented, and managed hotline
Our position at ComplianceLine is for our call center agents to show the most amount of empathy without impacting the integrity of a fair investigation in the compliance office.
ComplianceLine Launches LicenseCheck; Innovative New Service to Address Unmet Needs in Healthcare License Verification
The new LicenseCheck service leverages experience from millions of checks done over the past decade.
Contributed by: Justin Muscolino, Head of Compliance Training, North America – GRC Solutions An effective compliance program is obviously important to have. But to put a proper program into effect, you need to understand what one should look like. Most people only want to do what the regulators want and not what’s best for their
SanctionCheck regularly adds new databases as they become available or removes databases when they are taken offline or no longer updated. Please review the most recent SanctionCheck database exclusion list updates below. Idaho and North Carolina Opt-Out Medicare List. The website for this two-state database was removed in 2014, and we have not been able