It's No Fad

Bunch, Jane
April 2002
HomeCare Magazine;Apr2002, Vol. 25 Issue 4, p98
Trade Publication
Discusses the important elements of a corporate compliance plan. Standards of conduct; Roles of the corporate compliance officers; Importance of forms of communication from which to receive complaints; Areas of exposure for home medical equipment companies that must be included in the compliance plan; Aspects that must be examined pertaining to the kickback statutes that can result in violations to the False Claims Act in the U.S.


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