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VIDEO: Internal Investigations: Who Should Conduct the Investigations and What Should They Look For? [Ober|Kaler]


Many health care organizations, having determined that an internal investigation is necessary, are uncertain as to what type of audit should be conducted and who should conduct it. The answer depends on the nature of the allegations and who may be involved. Sandy TeplitzkyJulie Kass and Cathy Martin discuss the variables that determine the type and breadth of an audit, and whether the audit should be conducted internally or by a third party.

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