Tips for a New Managed Care Compliance Officer

Richard P. Kusserow | November 2014

One of the great hurdles for someone moving into a new position is meeting the expectations of those who hired him or her. Anyone hired to be a compliance officer should know what he is getting into.  Entering a new job without fully understanding what it entails may result in getting more than was bargained. Unfortunately, many find they are inheriting a host of problems that was not known or mentioned at the time of hiring.

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.