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By Adam Turteltaub adam.turteltaub@corporatecompliance.org Compliance can be a lonely job, but it’s best not done alone.  Working with other departments is essential for a program to be successful. Lauren Connell, the Director, Compliance & Integrity at Nielsen, has found a few keys for making cross-functional partnerships work. First, she advises in the podcast (and for […]
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| Categories: Compliance | Tags: Podcasts, compliance, corporate culture, finance, hr, internal audit, internal investigations, partnerships, risk | View Count: (9)
By Kristy Grant-Hart KristyGH@Sparkcompliance.com Two years ago, Time Magazine’s Person of the Year was the silence-breakers of the #MeToo movement.  In late 2018, in response to the movement, many U.S. state laws came into force requiring sexual harassment training and policies for employers.  For instance, in New York, most employers are now required to implement […]
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| Categories: Compliance | Tags: Compliance, Culture, compliance, ethics, sexual harassment, sexual harassment training, whistle blower | View Count: (11)
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Make HIPAA Training Meaningful

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We all know that we must train our employees in HIPAA compliance, but this training is boring. How can we make the training interesting so that it is more effective? This initial training provides basic HIPAA principles—the building blocks for privacy and security. Training can be done by way of seminars, web-based, slide shows, etc.  Regardless of the method used, HIPAA requires staff to be trained soon after starting their job. Should this just be a one time training or should staff be traine...
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| Categories: HIPAA Privacy and Security | Tags: HIPAA Tips, Privacy | View Count: (14)
The first in an occasional series of “Where are they now?” posts about past ONC Challenge winnersIt’s been a little more than a year since the Docket app won the Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT’s (ONC) Move Health Data Forward (MHDF) Challenge, focused on helping consumers consolidate and share their health data. At a recent check in with the Docket team, ONC learned that Docket is continuing to improve patient access by adding new functionality that will allow consumers to ...
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| Categories: Health IT | Tags: Health IT, Where Are They Now? | View Count: (12)
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Syed Hussain on Compliance and Blockchain [Podcast]

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By Adam Turteltaub adam.turteltaub@corporatecompliance.org I admit it.  I have a problem when it comes to understanding blockchain technology.  I think I understand what it is and somewhat how it works, but I’m not sure why anyone needs it, or how it can be used for compliance programs. Syed Hussain, CEO of the Americas for BANKEX […]
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| Categories: Compliance | Tags: Podcasts, aml, anti-money laundering., bitcoin, Blockchain, compliance, cryptography, crytocurrency, know your customer, kyc | View Count: (12)
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Updates to NIST Risk Management Framework

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Jason L. Williams, JD, MSIT Operations Director, Maize Analytics The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) released revision 2 of NIST SP 800-37, Risk Management Framework for Information Systems and Organizations in December 2018.[1]The revision recognizes the importance of both information security and privacy: “While security and privacy are independent and separate disciplines, they […]
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| Categories: Compliance | Tags: Risk, NIST, privacy, risk, risk management | View Count: (12)
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TRACE Bribery

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By Sascha Matuszak Reporter, SCCE|HCCA TRACE International released its 2018 ranking of bribery risk in countries around the world. The list, which covers 200 countries, analyzes the possibility of companies being asked to pay bribed to foreign officials, and takes into account four major factors: The nature and extent of government interaction with the private […]
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| Categories: Compliance | Tags: Risk, bribery, compliance, risk, Trace | View Count: (18)
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Vision or Pain

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By David D. Dodge david@sprtsoc.com History tells us that organizational change usually comes about as a result of vision or pain, or sometimes both.  Not long ago I asked a friend, an experienced compliance professional, what he thought it would take for sports organizations to begin developing and establishing effective compliance programs which have served […]
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| Categories: Compliance | Tags: Compliance, Mavericks, NBA, U.S. Olympic Committee, usa gymnastics | View Count: (13)
By Adam Turteltaub adam.turteltaub@corporatecompliance.org What should I ask when interviewing someone as a part of an investigation?  Where should I conduct the interview?  How do I know if the person I’m talking to is telling the truth? According to Michael Johnson, CEO of Clear Law Institute, before you ask all that, start by thinking about […]
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| Categories: Compliance | Tags: Podcasts, cognitive interviews, compliance, interviewing, investigations | View Count: (12)
By Roy Snell roy.snell@corporatecompliance.org I just met someone who was delightfully honest. It triggered an idea for this post. Her name is Beverly Kracher, and she runs the Ethical Business Alliance in Omaha Nebraska. Sometimes I get an idea in my head about something and it haunts me. I can’t explain it, but it seems […]
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| Categories: Compliance | Tags: Ethics, bias, honesty, leadership, openness, risk, trust | View Count: (22)
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