2020 Hawaii Regional Healthcare Compliance Conference

  1. Defining Effectiveness to Align with the OIG and DOJ

    2020 Hawaii Regional Healthcare Compliance Conference  | Presenter(s): Debbie Troklus, Sheryl Vacca  | October 09, 2020 

    • Discuss the OIG’s view on an effective compliance program

    • Review the DOJ effectiveness guidance and how the guidance offers insight to an effective compliance program

    • Discuss assessing compliance programs to ensure effectiveness

  2. HIPAA: User Access Monitoring, Are You Doing Enough?

    2020 Hawaii Regional Healthcare Compliance Conference  | Presenter(s): Marti Arvin  | October 09, 2020 

    • What do the HIPAA regulations require and what guidance has OCR provided?

    • What are best practices and pain points for adequate user access monitoring?

    • What can happen if your organization is not doing enough?

  3. OCR Update on HIPAA Policy & Enforcement

    2020 Hawaii Regional Healthcare Compliance Conference  | Presenter(s): Steven Chen  | October 09, 2020 

    • Describe recent OCR policy and guidance materials

    • Discuss recent OCR enforcement actions and priorities

    • Identify best practices for HIPAA compliance

  4. The Seasoned Professionals' Guide to Building Resilience and Avoiding Burnout

    2020 Hawaii Regional Healthcare Compliance Conference  | Presenter(s): Sharon Grossman  | October 09, 2020 

    • Identify burnout’s symptoms for early intervention

    • Develop self-awareness to increase stress management and prevent burnout

    • Build up mental discipline to make you resilient to stress and burnout bullet-proof

  5. Cultivating a Climate for Paradigm Shift

    2020 Hawaii Regional Healthcare Compliance Conference  | Presenter(s): Joe Perez  | October 08, 2020 

    • How can you avoid stagnation without sacrificing quality and security in the process? Learn the three key words needed to strike this delicate balance in this dynamic challenge to shift your paradigm and be a catalyst for change rather than an antagonist

    • Are you satisfied with the status quo in your organization? It has been said that the definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over, but expecting different results. Is that how you want your leadership legacy to be remembered?

    • Do you innovate? Do you project an image of being part of the problem or part of the solution? Find out how to break out of your comfort zone and blow away the status quo. Discover three types of flexibility in leadership needed to make that happen today

  6. Cyber Immune Defense

    2020 Hawaii Regional Healthcare Compliance Conference  | Presenter(s): Uday Ali Pabrai  | October 08, 2020 

    • Assess enterprise readiness for attacks such as IoT + DDoS, botnets, ransomware and more and review options for and how to implement a cybersecurity framework

    • Step through the impact of global standards such as GDPR and ISO 27001 on an enterprise cybersecurity program

    • Examine a self-assessment cybersecurity checklist to determine the state of an active defense

  7. Fostering a Compliance Culture: Be an Immune System, Not a Police Force

    2020 Hawaii Regional Healthcare Compliance Conference  | Presenter(s): Anne Daly  | October 08, 2020 

    • Compliance professionals face a real challenge in fostering focus on compliance when the workforce is appropriately focused on the important health care services they furnish

    • To the workforce, compliance program activity can sometimes feel like all criticism and enforcement, and the workforce sometimes actively avoids and dismisses program interaction

    • The speaker will work with attendees to recharacterize the program as an “immune system” that protects or minimizes the entity’s experience of “sickness”, characterizing program activity as a positive part of the health care team

  8. Prosecution and Defense: Points of Collaboration and Contention in False Claims Act Cases

    2020 Hawaii Regional Healthcare Compliance Conference  | Presenter(s): Lon Leavitt, Frank E. Sheeder  | October 08, 2020 

    • Understand common divergent viewpoints

    • Establishing collaboration and cooperation

    • Practical approaches in government investigations