Best Practices in Policy Management

Wednesday, October 20, 12:00 PM CT | 60 minutes

Join our live discussion with compliance leaders from across the U.S.

Creating a culture of compliance is mission-critical for healthcare organizations. Fostering that culture requires a strong foundation built on policy management. But, in an increasingly complex compliance landscape, policy management is anything but straightforward. 

Join our live panel discussion to learn how leaders in various healthcare settings are overcoming the challenges of policy management to achieve success.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Explain the importance of managing policy in healthcare.

  2. Explore the key challenges compliance leaders face in policy management.

  3. Identify best practices for policy management that compliance leaders can implement this year.

When you attend the live panel discussion, you will earn 1.2 live CCB CEUs!


Speakers

Headshot photo of Lynne Rinehimer, Esq.

Lynne Rinehimer, Esq.

Lynne Rinehimer has worked in healthcare compliance and consulting for 22 years. Lynne is the Manager of the symplr Compliance Editors and Sales Engineers.

Headshot photo of Eileen Shrum, MSN, BSN

Eileen Shrum, MSN, BSN

Patient Safety, Quality, and Accreditation Director, Erlanger Health System

In her role as Director of Patient Safety and Quality, Eileen Shrum is responsible for ensuring compliance with all local, state, and regulations.

Headshot photo of Cheryl Rasbach, MBA, CHC, CPC-P

Cheryl Rasbach, MBA, CHC, CPC-P

Chief Compliance Officer, Regional One Health

With more than 20 years of experience in healthcare and 10 specifically in compliance, Cheryl Rasbach leads her organization's compliance and privacy programs.

Headshot photo of Cheryl Dekker-Esters, CHC, CHPC, CHRC

Cheryl Dekker-Esters, CHC, CHPC, CHRC

Compliance and Quality Assurance Manager, Solano County Health and Social Services

Cheryl Dekker-Esters developed and implemented Solano county's compliance program in 2001 and continues to coordinate audits, investigations and training.