Join HCCA for the 28th Annual Compliance Institute

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Few industries have a need to understand the complexities of compliance more than clinical research. With patient privacy and security oversight, human research protections, FDA regulations, Good Clinical Practice recommendations, billing standards, and scientific integrity concerns, there is a lot that clinical researchers need to know to stay compliant and run an ethical program. Health Care Compliance Association®(HCCA®) invites you to join us for our 28th Annual Compliance Institute, April 14–17 2024, where you can connect with other healthcare professionals and get the latest information and updates on healthcare compliance priorities and best practices.

The importance of compliance in clinical research cannot be stressed enough. Of course, there are legal and financial ramifications of non-compliance, ranging from fines and costly corrective actions to license revocation and punitive legal action. But the scope of risk extends beyond the tangible to more intangible areas such as organizational reputation and trust. When a research program breaches compliance protocols, it puts the integrity of its results in jeopardy, which can ultimately lead to a loss of contracts and projects.

This year’s Compliance Institute features more than 100 educational sessions across 14 unique learning tracks. Sessions are categorized into a range of knowledge levels from basic to intermediate to advanced—so whether you want to focus on areas where you need deeper understanding, learn about topics you have not yet been exposed to, or find a combination of the two, there are plenty of options to consider. For those unable to travel, a virtual attendance option is available April 15–17, with access to more than 50 live-streamed sessions. 2024 learning tracks include:

  • Auditing and Monitoring
  • Behavioral Health
  • Case Studies
  • Compliance Law
  • Discussion Group (in-person only)
  • General Compliance/Hot Topics
  • Investigations
  • Physician Compliance
  • Post-acute Care
  • Privacy and Security
  • Professional Skills
  • Risk Management
  • Technology & Innovation (new this year!)
  • Telehealth

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The Compliance Institute provides several benefits beyond enhanced industry knowledge. In-person attendees who join us in Nashville will have the opportunity to engage with an estimated 1,500 healthcare professionals representing a variety of organizations, skill levels, and roles. Those who attend the virtual conference option can network with an anticipated 1,000 virtual attendees. Connections made in this setting can lead to lasting professional support, career opportunities, and collaboration.

Attendees will also have the chance to visit exhibits from leading solution providers who can help identify areas for program improvement and optimization, as well as answer questions about specific challenges and the innovations available to address them.

The city of Nashville, Tennessee, will provide a vibrant backdrop for the 2024 Compliance Institute and we’re excited to not only provide you with first-class education and networking, but also encourage you to take full advantage of the in-person conference experience and discover Nashville’s charm.

Ready to register? Be sure to do so by February 21 and save up to $400 (savings based on in-person, Sunday-Wednesday attendance). And once you’ve decided to head to Nashville, make use of our customizable social media graphic to let others in your network know you’re attending and invite them to join you. Learn more and sign up

About HCCA

Established in 1996, Health Care Compliance Association® (HCCA)® supports healthcare compliance professionals as part of the overarching mission of SCCE & HCCA, a member-based professional association with more than 19,000 members in over 100 countries.

SCCE & HCCA is dedicated to enabling the lasting success and integrity of organizations worldwide by promoting high standards in compliance and ethics programs, nurturing a community of compliance and ethics practitioners, and offering knowledge-rich educational opportunities. Additionally, we offer professional certification through the Compliance Certification Board (CCB)®, an independent body which recognizes individuals with competence in the practice of compliance and ethics.

Learn more about HCCA