Above reproach: Developing a comprehensive ethics and compliance program

Yuspeh, Alan; Whalen, Kathleen
December 1999
Frontiers of Health Services Management;Winter99, Vol. 16 Issue 2, p3
Describes the benefits of a comprehensive ethics and compliance program for healthcare organizations in the United States. Strategies for maintaining feasibility despite government and public scrutiny; Establishment of standards of conduct by healthcare providers; Presentation of elements of the model guidance of a compliance program.


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