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HEALTHCARE

BEST COMPLIANCE PRACTICES 2011 FORUM

WHERE COMPLIANCE LEADERS MEET TO EXCHANGE IDEAS & INFORMATION OCTOBER 24 & 25, 2011 WASHINGTON, DC OMNI SHOREHAM HOTEL SECOND ANNOUNCEMENT: FACULTY UPDATE YOUR BEST COMPLIANCE EDUCATION VALUE $795 / $495 MEMBERS You may also apply to attend the Compliance Program Assessors Course

October 26, 2011 • Very Limited Enrollment

PRESENTED BY: HEALTH ETHICS TRUST www.BestCompliancePractices.com CO-SPONSORED BY:


THE FORUM

The Best Practices Forum was established in 1995 in cooperation with the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill to recognize accomplishments in the field of compliance. Since that time the Best Practices Award has been accepted as the mark of compliance program excellence. If you have never attended the Forum, it is unquestionably the compliance education event of the year. Unlike programs in which you are surrounded by hyperventilating vendors, the Forum allows you to look at what others are doing successfully in their programs. Awards are open to any compliance program practice provided that the practice has been implemented for at least six months. Many of the past best practices recognized at the Forum have become subsequently standard practice in healthcare compliance. Award recipients are selected by the Health Ethics Trust Best Practices Committee, an independent committee of experienced compliance professionals.

PROGRAM DETAILS

The Forum will be held October 24 & 25 at the Omni Shoreham Hotel in Washington, DC. The first day of the Forum will last from 8:30 AM to approximately 4:30 PM. The second day of the Forum will run from 8:30 AM to approximately 1:30 PM. There will be a networking receiption at the conclusion of the first day.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND

The Forum includes representatives from all sectors of the healthcare industry including providers, health plans, pharma and device companies. Compliance professionals, internal auditors, legal counsel, compliance investigators, education and training professionals, and government officials are welcome.

2011 NOMINATIONS

2011 FACULTY & SPEAKERS

Compliance Auditing

Pat Coffey Partner, Locke Lord Bissell & Liddell, LLP

Nominations currently under review for 2011 Best Practice Awards include practices in the following program areas: Annual Compliance Training Monitoring Conflicts of Interests Integration of Compliance and Quality Reporting of PHI and PII Automated Sanctions Checking Physician and Vendor Contracts & Relationships Innovations in Hotline Management Integrating Audit & Internal Controls Governance, Oversight & Self Assessment Application of Compliance Metrics

Senator Bob Casey (invited) Pennsylvania

Mike Cohen Inspector, Investigations Unit, Office of the Inspector General, HHS Robert Criscuolo Chief CBI Officer, Veterans Health Administration Andrew Grosso Partner, Andrew Grosso & Associates Ketanji Jackson Vice Chair, US Sentencing Commission Rick Robinson Partner, Fulbright & Jaworski L.L.P.

Recipients of Best Practice Awards will be announced in the coming weeks.

Darrell Valdez Assistant U.S. Attorney, District of Columbia

All program updates are available at: www.bestcompliancepractices.com

Others to be announed at: www.bestcompliancepractices.com

NETWORKING RECEPTION

You have spoken, and we have listened. In order to facilitate informal networking opportunities during the Forum's busy schedule, the Trust has added a reception at the end of the first day of the programs sponsored by Fulbright & Jaworski.

SPECIAL GRADUATE LEVEL OPPORTUNITY

In 2011, the Trust announced a special series of graduate level courses open only to experienced compliance professionals. The next graduate level program is the one day Compliance Program Assessors Course to be offered following the Best Practices Forum (October 26). The Health Ethics Trust is the leading provider of compliance program assessments. This course teaches our widely adopted compliance program assessment methodology. Graduates of the Compliance Assessor's Course are also eligible to participate in our peer review process leading to Compliance Program Certification. Qualified Assessors may participate in the panels that review organizations' compliance programs to determine the extent to which they meet Program Certification standards. For more information on this limited enrollment course, visit www.healthethicstrust.com/assessorscourse or call us at 703-683-7916.


2011 BEST PRACTICE AWARDS & RECOGNITION

The Health Ethics Trust established the Healthcare Compliance Best Practices Forum in 1995 as a peer review process to recognize compliance achievements in healthcare organizations. Soon after the Forum was established, it became apparent that not only should best practices be recognized; individuals who have shaped healthcare compliance should also be recognized. Since then, the title of Fellow of the Health Ethics Trust has become the highest honor available to a compliance professional. Please join the Health Ethics Trust in honoring and learning from the 2011 Fellows of the Trust at this year’s Forum.

2011 CEO Fellow of the Trust Catherine M. Burzik, Kinetic Concepts, Inc. 2011 CCO Fellow of the Trust Debra Muscio, CCE, Community Medical Centers

2011 CCO Fellow of the Trust James Neal, CCE, CareFusion

Recipients of Best Practice Awards will be announced in the coming weeks at: www.bestcompliancepractices.com

CLASS OF 2011 CERTIFIED COMPLIANCE PROFESSIONALS & EXECUTIVES A special award ceremony sponsored by Covenant Health will be held for all compliance professionals who have achieved CCP or CCE certification or recertification in 2011. If you received either designation in prior years but could not attend the Forum, you can also be recognized at this year’s Forum.

PAST AWARD WINNERS

FELLOWS OF THE TRUST

BlueCross BlueShield of Tennessee Compliance Training Programs: A Consolidated Approach

June Gibbs Brown, Former Inspector General Department of Health and Human Services

Bon Secours Health System Conflict of Interest Process

John Ciavardone, Senior Vice President for Compliance & Quality NHS Human Services

CareFusion Corporation Code of Conduct

Michael H. Covert, President & Chief Executive Officer Palomar Pomerado Health

Covenant Health Dashboard, Investigation Tracking System

Edward Gaines, Chief Compliance Officer Medical Management Professionals

Health Care Service Corporation Fraud, Waste and Abuse Program

Vicky Gregg, President & Chief Executive Officer BlueCross BlueShield of Tennessee

National Government Services Compliance and an Established Partnership with Management;

Tara Dowd Gurber, SVP and Corporate Compliance Officer Health Care Service Corporation

NHS Human Services Response to Internal Investigations & Corrective Action Process

Neil Hadley, Former Vice President of Ethics and Business Conduct Tenent Health Care

MedStar Health Communication and Training

Carl Josehart, CEO TIRR Memorial Hermann

The Methodist Hospital System Education & Training

Jeffrey C. Oak, VP and Corporate Responsibility Officer Bon Secours Health System, Inc.

Sharp HealthCare Data Mining & Data Analytics for RAC Success

M. Joseph Rocks, Chief Executive Officer NHS Human Services

South Central Veterans Affair Health Care Network Integrating Audit and Internal Controls with Ethics and Compliance

Anthony L. Spezia, President & Chief Executive Officer Convenant Health

University of Connecticut Office of Audit, Compliance, and Ethics Risk Assessment and Compliance Monitoring Plans

Maryanne Spicer, Former Director of Compliance Massachusetts General Hospital

Veterans Health Administration: Mid-Atlantic Health Network Revenues Cycle Compliance Risk

Laurence Tanner, President & Chief Executive Officer The Hospital of Central Connecticut

WellPoint Inc. Code of Conduct Review

Fred Verinder, Former Vice President, Compliance Operations Blue Cross Blue Shield of Illinois, Texas, & New Mexico

BlueCross BlueShield of South Carolina Compliance Common Newsletter

Patricia "Tish" Breeding, Chief Compliance Officer Covenant Health


HEALTHCARE

BEST COMPLIANCE PRACTICES WHERE COMPLIANCE LEADERS MEET TO EXCHANGE IDEAS & INFORMATION

2011 FORUM

October 24 & 25, 2011 • Washington, DC • Omni Shoreham Hotel

How to Register

Complete the form below and register using one of the four methods indicated to reserve space. Include credit card payment on fax or email registrations, or send check or money order to address listed below for mailed registrations. Enrollments accepted in order received.

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Cancellation Policy

The Trust is committed to offering the highest level of compliance education at the lowest feasible price. In order to do this, the Cancellation Policy must be strictly enforced. Registration is an agreement to pay tuition. Tuition for cancellations before 09/24/11 is refunded following the program, less $200 administrative fee. Tuition for cancellations after this period cannot be refunded but a substitute may attend or the tuition may be applied to future programs.

Course and Hotel Information

The Best Practices Forum will be held in the heart of Washington, DC at the historic Omni Shoreham Hotel. There is a group room block with the discounted rate of $269/$211 (government) a night. For reservations, call the Omni and refer to the Council of Ethical Organizations.

Travel

The most convenient airport for the Forum is Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport (8 miles) from the hotel. Other options are Washington Dulles Airport (28 miles) or Baltimore Washington Airport (38 miles) from the hotel.

Choose Your Tuition

Forum: ❏ $795 Non-Members ❏ $495 Members • Forum + Assessors: ❏ $1,995 Non-Members ❏ $1,295 Members Add a Membership: ❏ + $200 Individual • ❏ + $1,300 Basic Organizational* • ❏ + $2,600 Premium Organizational** * Includes 1 Free Forum Tuition ** Includes 3 Free Forum Tuitions

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