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Title: HOW MANY BALLS CAN YOU JUGGLE? Issues Relating to Integrating Compliance Practices for Multiple Entities


1
HOW MANY BALLS CAN YOU JUGGLE?Issues Relating
to Integrating Compliance Practices for Multiple
Entities National Congress on Health Care
ComplianceFebruary 7, 2002Grand Hyatt Hotel
Washington, DC
JOEL D. DZIENGIELEWSKI Kaiser Foundation Health
Plan, Inc. ROBERT CHING Hawaii Pacific
Health
2
LEARNING OBJECTIVES
  • Overview of those factors which will impact your
    ability to juggle any balls and, therefore, your
    ability to integrate compliance practices
  • Overview of potential strategies to address and
    overcome those factors

3
AGENDA
  • Background information
  • Factors impacting integration of compliance
    practices
  • Strategies to integrate compliance practices

4
BACKGROUND INFORMATION
  • Size of your organization
  • Multiple locations
  • Recently acquired or acquired another
  • Length of experience in your job

5
INVITATION TO JUGGLE
  • Industry economics
  • Efficiencies and synergies

6
TYPES OF INTEGRATION ISSUES
  • Corporate organization issues
  • size and nature of the integrated entity
  • Compliance leadership issues
  • accountability and structure
  • Strategic planning issues
  • federal sentencing guideline elements
  • Technology issues
  • IT capabilities and practices

7
CORPORATE ORGANIZATION ISSUES
  • Corporate dynamics
  • number of employees and physicians
  • geographic dispersion
  • resources
  • labor vs non-labor
  • Strategic planning issues
  • corporate culture
  • legal parameters
  • financial considerations

8
COMPLIANCE LEADERSHIP ISSUES
  • Compliance program history
  • executive leadership commitment
  • compliance organization
  • compliance history
  • Compliance accountabilities
  • business practice model
  • Compliance issues
  • beyond fire drills
  • risk analysis

9
STRATEGIC PLANNING ISSUES
  • Compliance program elements
  • compliance program
  • code of conduct
  • compliance committee
  • compliance training
  • confidential disclosure program/hotlines
  • screening of ineligible individuals

10
TECHNOLOGY ISSUES
  • IT capabilities and practices
  • IT solution potential
  • integration into practice
  • Integrating multiple systems
  • billing, coding, and CDMs
  • common platforms
  • inefficiencies of scale

11
DETERMINING WHICH BALLS TO JUGGLE
  • BOWLING BALLS VS. RUBBER BALLS
  • Due diligence process
  • Corporate integrity agreements
  • Corporate imperatives

12
STRATEGIES FOR INTEGRATION
  • Determining the size of bowling balls
  • prioritize by risk
  • resource limitations
  • picking your battles
  • Juggling bowling balls
  • assumption of efficiencies
  • consolidation vs. effectiveness
  • experience

13
ONE POSSIBLE AVENUE TO SUCCESS . . .
  • A framework that promotes the establishment of a
    system
  • A cohesive comprehensive plan that will support
    the development and continuity of a system

14
EVOLUTION TO A COMPLIANCE SYSTEM
Infrastructure Development
Code of Conduct
Conflict of Interest Survey
Compliance Hotline
General Compliance Training
Policies Procedures
Set Operations Accountabilities
Risk Assessment / Monitoring
Specialized Training
7 Element Development
15
SEVEN ELEMENT MODEL PROVIDES FRAMEWORK
  • Code of conduct
  • Compliance help line
  • Compliance processes - conflict of interest, etc.
  • General compliance training
  • Policies procedures
  • Risk assessment - AND - Corrective actions
  • Specialized Training
  • Rinse Repeat ..It Never Ends...It Becomes
    Embedded...It Becomes Less REACTIVE

16
FACTORS AFFECTING PLAN DEVELOPMENT
  • EXPERIENCES FROM THE FRONT LINE
  • Corporate organization issues
  • size and nature of the integrated entity
  • Compliance leadership issues
  • accountability and structure
  • Strategic planning issues
  • federal sentencing guideline elements
  • Technology issues
  • IT capabilities and practices, functional vs
    compliance

17
FACTORS AFFECTING PLAN DEVELOPMENT
REPAYMENT REACTIVE
REPARATION REPUTATION
OR
PROGRESS PROACTIVE
PROTECTION PROMINENCE
18
CONCLUSION
  • QUESTIONS
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