The COF Peer Evaluation Project is led by a team of COF members charged with assessing the management of compliance programs and highlighting practices that may benefit fellow COF member professionals. These best practices may be noted in any area of compliance and can be structural in nature, process related, or specific document examples of the site's current program. If interested in learning more about the project, please contact Janet Holcombe at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Process for Peer Review Evaluation of a Compliance Program
- Peer Reviewer Application Criteria
Below are best practices from member sites that have completed reviews:
Yale New Haven Health System - Best Practice Summary
Yale New Haven Health System Privacy Program Best Practices - Review Conducted in October 2017.
For questions please contact Terrie Estes, Vice President of Corporate Compliance & Chief Compliance Officer at email@example.com
Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC) - Review Conducted in 2013.
For questions please contact Julie Acker, Senior Director of Compliance at firstname.lastname@example.org
Medical University of South Carolina - Best Practice Summary
Yale School of Medicine - Review conducted in fall 2012.
For questions about this best practice, please contact Judy Harris, Director, Medical Billing Compliance at email@example.com
Yale School of Medicine - Best Practice Summary
Baylor College of Medicine – Review conducted summer 2011.
For questions about Baylor documents, please contact James Banfield, Chief Compliance Officer at firstname.lastname@example.org
Baylor College of Medicine - Best Practices Summary
Cedars-Sinai Medical Center – Review conducted fall 2011.
For questions about CSHS documents, please contact David Blake, Vice President, Corporate Compliance at email@example.com
- CSHS Compliance Monitoring Plan - SAMPLE ONLY
- CSHS Compliance Monitoring Report 1 - SAMPLE ONLY
- CSHS Compliance Monitoring Report 2 - SAMPLE ONLY