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Help your health center understand its compliance responsibilities and implement a compliance program to manage compliance risks.

Our in-person and web-based training sessions include top compliance risk areas such as grants management, fraud and abuse, FTCA, HIPAA, and compliance program standards. All training sessions are developed and presented by attorneys from Feldesman Tucker Leifer Fidell LLP.


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Online Training

From governance and grants management to HIPAA and risk management, our online trainings help your compliance program stay up-to-date on all the changes affecting health centers, while understanding how current enforcement trends relate to your health center. 

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Subscriber Trainings

Exclusive webinar training opportunities for current subscribers!  Health centers that subscribe to the Premium Plan are invited to attend four free webinars per subscription year presented by the attorneys from Feldesman Tucker Leifer Fidell.  Health centers and PCAs-HCCNs with current Corporate Compliance Toolkit subscriptions are welcome to attend our regularly offered webinar about how to make the most of this valuable resource. 

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In-Person Training

Designed to assist health centers in implementing appropriate corporate compliance programs that focus on their highest risk areas, our in-person trainings guide health centers through topics such as financial risk areas, clinical risk management, and preparing for HRSA operational site visits.

What health centers are saying about our trainings:

"The presenters were excellent.  The depth and breadth of their knowledge gave wonderful insight and the case examples were beneficial to the deeming requirements, application process and site visits for FTCA."

"The information was well-organized for delivery, and they provided great feedback on questions asked by attendees. Each speaker provided a wealth of content, such as the seven elements of a compliance plan, an overview of auditing requirements, and details on financial risk and high-risk areas for my health center.”