New Compliance Officers Should Not “Buy a Pig in a Poke”

Richard P. Kusserow | July 2010

New compliance officers often inherit a host of problems.  This article talks about how to avoid assuming ownership of these problems and the importance of auditing and monitoring as it relates to compliance programs.

About the Author

Richard P. Kusserow established Strategic Management Services, LLC, after retiring from being the DHHS Inspector General, and has assisted over 3,000 health care organizations and entities in developing, implementing and assessing compliance programs.