As the industry grows increasingly regulated, EMS providers continue to face unique compliance challenges. Fraudulent claims and abusive conduct can jeopardize more than just your operational integrity and your ability to effectively serve your community. Denied claims, delayed reimbursements, and financial penalties because of non-compliance can also devastate your bottom line, leaving you unable to maximize your EMS revenue.

All of these, alongside the recent publishing of the 2023 General Compliance Program Guidance by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Office of Inspector General (HHS-OIG), makes compliance more relevant than ever before.

Because of this, having a strong EMS compliance plan is now crucial to safeguard your EMS operations. But how can you make sure that yours checks all the necessary boxes?

We’ve determined the essential elements that ensure a strong, successful EMS compliance program. With them, protecting the compliance of your everyday operations and improving your financial health is no longer a pipe dream — it’s just within reach.

In this eBook, you’ll learn:

The importance of compliance within the EMS industry

The eight main elements needed to establish a strong EMS compliance plan 

How non-compliance could be holding your EMS revenue back from achieving its true potential