Webinar Duration: 60 minutes

RECORDED: Access recorded version only for one participant; unlimited viewing for 6 months (Access information will be emailed 24 hours after the completion of payment)

SPEAKER: Dana G. Jones

Corporate Responsibility demonstrates the ethical, social and environmental values of your organization. It involves creating, communicating and balancing value for all stakeholders. Behavioral health care organizations have a dual responsibility for advocating for the patients while promoting ethical business practices. In a time of audit and monitoring. A system of readiness and compliance is essential to develop a plan to respond appropriately and timely to prevent and detect violations of law.

Why should you attend: Employee Training in Ethics and Corporate Responsibility is important when examining your organizations ability to comply with accreditation and local state managed care organization standards/laws. Has your staff been trained to recognized ethical issues in your organization? What rules has your organization established concerning patient care and ethics? What checks and balances regarding documentation errors are in place to prevent billing errors? These issues affect an agency’s ability to perform ethically and with corporate responsibility.

Areas Covered in the Session:
– Ethical Considerations in Monitoring and Audits
– Advocating for Persons Served
– Delegation of Authority
– Attention to Cultural, Linguistic and Educational Backgrounds of the Healthcare

Who Will Benefit:
– Behavioral Health Care Staff
– Compliance Departments
– Quality Improvement Professionals

Dana G. Jones is an attorney with extensive experience in health care policy and litigation. Her emphasis is in behavioral health law management systems, Medicaid/Medicare litigation, and strategic planning. She is a popular speaker and trainer for various state departments and non-profit groups in health care compliance. Atty. Jones has law practices in North Carolina and Illinois. She received a B.S. in Marketing-Advertising from the University of Wisconsin-Madison; a J.D. from the University of North Carolina – North Carolina Central University School of Law and an LL.M In Health Care Policy & Regulation from Loyola School of Law-Chicago Beazley Institute for Health Law and Policy. Atty. Jones advises clients on joint ventures, health care finance and risk management. She is a published author on certificate of need laws and health care planning. She is the host of “Health Law Talk”, a bog radio show addressing health policy topics. Atty. Jones is also a popular speaker and trainer for various state departments and non-profit groups in health care compliance.