Showcasing new solutions to compliance professionals in National Harbor, MD
Bridgewater, NJ – March 15, 2017 – iContracts, a leading provider of cloud-based contract, compliance and revenue management solutions today announced they will be showcasing their contract and compliance solutions at the Health Care Compliance Association’s (HCCA) 21st annual Compliance Institute located at the Gaylord National Hotel and Convention Center in National Harbor, Maryland, March 26th – 29th, at booth #227.
The HCCA Compliance Institute is the most comprehensive compliance conference designed to meet the needs of today’s healthcare compliance professionals. The program brings together professionals from a variety of healthcare backgrounds to discuss the regulatory compliance challenges facing the healthcare industry. The conference will feature discussions on healthcare reform, hospital physician alignment, compliance effectiveness, HIPAA Privacy/Data Breach and more.
“iContracts is proud to participate in the Compliance Institute presented by Health Care Compliance Association (HCCA),” stated Christian Barrie, Director of UCM Sales for iContracts, Inc. “The HCCA conference provides iContracts with the opportunity to network with compliance professionals who understand the need and benefits of our market leading cloud-based solutions. We look forward to demonstrating firsthand how our solutions help streamline contract and compliance processes, making them better, faster and far more cost effective for the healthcare industry.”
During the 3 day conference, iContracts will showcase their cloud-based contract and compliance management solutions including recent additions to their product lineup, contractHOURS and Critical Data Discovery (CDD).
contractHOURS is a constraint-based time tracking and approvals solution to help healthcare companies ensure contractual commitments and compliance requirements are satisfied. The solution also features a dynamic workflow process to create and review physician timesheets as well as integration with iContracts’ contract management solution, Universal Contract Manager, to validate time and activities submitted against contract terms.
iContracts’ Critical Data Discovery (CDD) allows for the continuous monitoring of critical data across an entire enterprise, helping companies “gather” files for use or examination as well as to monitor for the leakage of confidential or prohibited data, such as the presence of HIPPA data on unauthorized devices, to ensure compliance mandates or objectives are satisfied.
Participants of the conference can visit the iContracts’ exhibit to learn about their latest product innovations and meet members of the team. Learn why more healthcare companies are selecting iContracts over other providers.
iContracts’ comprehensive suite of fully integrated cloud-based solutions helps companies improve collaboration, expand visibility, reduce costs, stop revenue leakage and optimize performance. Powered by a Simplified Common User Interface (SCUI) that makes every user an “expert” by understanding a few core concepts. iContracts solutions are backed by the most highly evolved cloud-based architecture in the industry, built by technologists with extensive contract management experience. iContracts’ comprehensive suite of solutions revolutionize how organizations think about and manage all aspects of a company’s contract management process, transforming it from an unwieldy collection of spreadsheets, customer applications, filing cabinets, and scattered electronic directories to a powerful tool that aligns strategy with execution, while simultaneously insuring greater visibility into commitments and the ability of companies to support growing needs for regulatory reporting and audits. Our solutions are enterprise-class and can be quickly and easily integrated with any off-the-shelf or custom system to meet exacting business requirements without the army of consultants and endless fees associated with other products and providers.
Health Care Compliance Association (HCCA) provides training, certification and other resources in support of ethics and regulatory compliance in the healthcare industry. HCCA has more than 8,500 members. HCCA exists to champion ethical practice and compliance standards and to provide the necessary resources for ethics and compliance professionals and others who share these principles. The vision of HCCA is to be the pre-eminent compliance and ethics association promoting lasting success and integrity of organizations worldwide.