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Individual and Small Practice Plans

Small Practice Compliance Plan

Basic Components of a Voluntary Compliance Program

Step One: Auditing and Monitoring

Step Two: Establish Practice Standards and Procedures

Step Three: Designation of a Compliance Officer/Contact(s)

Step Four: Conducting Appropriate Training and Education

Step Five: Responding To Detected Offenses and Developing Corrective Action Initiatives

Step Six: Developing Open Lines of Communication

Step Seven: Enforcing Disciplinary Standards Through Well-Publicized Guidelines

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