Compliance Indicators And Personal Application
Compliance Indicators and Personal Application
Review the Health Care Compliance Associations . Choose and discuss one of the indicators presented in the HCCA reading in relation to an organization or agency that you have worked for or are familiar with.
- How did your agencys compliance program support this specific indicator?
- What could have been done to improve your agencys compliance efforts?
Self-Evaluation and Personal Goal Setting
- Do you think some (or all) of these indicators could be used as a method for self-evaluation for individuals involved in healthcare compliance? Why or why not?
- How could you evaluate yourself as an individual in relation to these indicators, in whatever field you work presently (or even as a student)? Are there some indicators that are more applicable to you than others?
- How do you think you could use these indicators as a tool for personal goal setting in- and outside the field of healthcare compliance?
Your journal entry may be informally written in first person and should consist of approximately 500 words.
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