How to Write an Effective Compliance Investigation Report
Duration: 60 Minutes
This presentation gives attendees a blueprint for drafting a compliance investigation report that can be applied to varying circumstances. Mr. Anstine will go through each component of the investigation report and provide strategies and tips for drafting. To illustrate how to draft each component of the report, Mr. Anstine will walk attendees through a sample fact pattern of an allegation of non-compliance that needs to be investigated.
Objectives of the Presentation
Why Should you Attend
- Learn what critical information needs to be included in the investigation report
- Learn how to approach drafting each component of the report
- Learn how to document witness interviews
- Learn how to document your findings in the report
- Learn how to maintain your investigation notes
- Learn tips for maintaining your investigation files
Responding to detected offenses is included in the Seven Elements of an Effective Compliance Program as deemed by the Office of Inspector General (OIG). This presentation is intended to provide strategies and tips for documenting investigations in a manner that can be defended should a government agency gets involved. Once a government agency is involved, the agents will not only look at subject matter of the allegation, but also how the compliance officer handled the investigation if the matter was first internally reported to him or her.
Who will Benefit
- Overview of the investigation process
- The components of the investigation report
- Strategies for handling each component of the report
- Documenting your investigation
- Documenting witness interviews
- Overall tips for drafting the report
- Questions and Answers
- Compliance Officers
- Internal Auditors
- Healthcare organizations
Conducting a compliance investigation is critical to meeting one of the recognized Seven Elements of an Effective Compliance Program, as recognized by the Office of Inspector General (DHHS-OIG).