JERICHO, N.Y., Jan. 8, 2013 /PRNewswire/-- Healthcare facilities using HCCS online compliance training courses now have a vital new weapon in their ongoing battle to measure the effectiveness of their healthcare compliance programs.
HCCS today announced the release of new National Benchmark reports that compare an individual healthcare facility's HCCS online training results to aggregate National results. The new report compares the effectiveness of a facility's own compliance program with National results and pinpoints specific areas in the facility that need additional attention and remediation. The reports are available 24/7 to HCCS clients that are educating their staff on critical compliance issues through the use of HCCS online compliance training courses.
A free whitepaper documenting the HCCS Healthcare Compliance Effectiveness Reports and the New National Compliance Benchmark report is available at – http://www.hccs.com/effectiveness_whitepaper/.
"Measuring and addressing compliance effectiveness has been a difficult problem for all healthcare facilities," says Ben Diamond, President of HCCS. "These new National Benchmark comparison reports bring organizations a set of tools to begin to address this issue."
In use at over 600 facilities and with more than 7 million hours of training delivered, data from HCCS online compliance training courses provide a detailed look at the compliance knowledge and preparedness of staff at a substantial cross-section of healthcare facilities. The data from those sessions can now be used to compare an individual facility's results against National results. In addition, the training reports help facilities focus on specific compliance risk areas that need attention.
Get the full whitepaper at http://www.hccs.com/effectiveness_whitepaper/.
HCCS is the leading provider of effective online training courses and learning management systems to healthcare facilities. HCCS has provided over 7 million hours of compliance and competency training courseware to hospitals, teaching facilities, medical schools, health plans, nursing facilities and other healthcare entities. Courses address critical compliance issues for all staff and administrators in Medicare, Medicaid, HIPAA, Quality Improvement, Research Compliance, Conflicts of Interest, OSHA, Patient Experience, ICD-10 and many other areas.
SOURCE Health Care Compliance Strategies, Inc.