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Healthcare Compliance Solutions, Inc. (HCSI)

HCSI make the pieces fit so you don’t have to.

OSHA, HIPAA, Medicare & Employment Law: Training, Compliance Plans & Ongoing Support.

Healthcare providers know they need to be compliant but the problem is they are too busy and often lack the resources to do so. Compliance frustrates doctors and staff. HCSI understands and has a plan. For more than 32 years, HCSI has made the pieces fit so healthcare practices don’t have to. Compliance is possible.

Getting started is simple

Step 1: Designate a compliance representative.
Step 2: Add your staff to our online portal.
Step 3: Receive quarterly updates for your compliance plans manual.

Protecting your practice, your patients, and your reputation is too important not to consider HCSI as your compliance partner.

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Category: Practice Operations | Software Type: Standalone

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