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How and Why to Conduct an Internal Investigation [Ober|Kaler]


Health care organizations whose corporate compliance programs include internal investigation procedures frequently question why they should consider conducting internal investigations and what factors to consider in deciding whether to conduct an investigation. Sandy TeplitzkyJulie Kass and Cathy Martin offer insight into the potential advantages of identifying, correcting, and possibly reporting potential issues through the internal investigation process – and the potential hazards of not following established investigation procedures.

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