By Frank Ruelas
Facility Compliance Professional, St. Joseph’s Hospital
and Medical Center/Dignity Health
One common theme that comes up in compliance related discussions is the idea of how to make compliance related training more engaging. This is a longstanding discussion point which often is responded to with anecdotal replies such as to relate the training to a person’s job duties, using an engaging method for training such as interactive activities, and other similar responses. However, a particularly noteworthy recent event also represents an opportunity which people may want to think about in how its occurrence can help promote effective training about non-compliant activity.
So for starters, let’s just call it as it is while also being sensitive given the nature of the situation. The incident involves allegations sexual harassment involving a well-known television personality which resulted in this firing from a popular, network morning news program. [Read more…]