It has been said that health care organizations should adopt and implement an effective Corporate Compliance Program that covers their entire operation. For purposes of this essay, let us assume that you are the administrator of a health care organization. Based on the assigned readings and any experience you may have with such programs, identify the five most important components that you would ensure are in place in your organization's Corporate Compliance Program to protect the corporation from claims of fraud or abuse and to be well positioned in the event of a qui tam lawsuit. Justify your choice of these five priority components, and describe how you would implement or enforce them in your organization.
The five most important components to ensure Corporate Compliance and to protect the corporation from claims of fraud or abuse:
1. Human resource management (HRM): This requires effective management, people skills, and negotiation abilities. There are also economic and strategic factors that can be considered hard skills in HRM. Effective HRM requires a strategic focus coupled with people skills to facilitate the achievement of goals. ...
Corporate compliance programs are examined. The claims of fraud and abuse that is positioned in the event of qui tam lawsuit is determined.