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Conflict of Interest Management System Selected by Henry Ford Health System
Date:4/6/2011

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Henry Ford Health System, one of the country's largest health care systems, is a national leader in clinical care, research and education. It includes the 1,200-member Henry Ford Medical Group, six hospitals, the Health Alliance Plan, 32 primary care centers and many other health-related entities throughout Southeast Michigan. Founded in 1915 by auto pioneer Henry Ford, the health system continues to be committed to improving the health and well-being of a diverse Michigan community. In 2009 alone, Henry Ford provided more than $173 million in uncompensated care. Henry Ford also is a major economic driver in Michigan: the health system plans to invest $500 million to expand the Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit, and employs more than 23,000. The health system is led by CEO Nancy Schlichting. To learn more, visit HenryFord.com.

About Health Care Compliance Strategies, Inc.  (HCCS)

HCCS is the leading provider of compliance training and tracking solutions to healthcare facilities.  HCCS has provided over 3 million hours of compliance and competency online training courses to hospitals, teaching facilities, medical schools, health plans and other health care entities.  The HCCS Compliance Learning Library contains expert training content in the areas of Medicare, Medicaid, HIPAA, Harassment, Research, Patient Safety and Quality Improvement Compliance.  COI-SMART is a new HCCS solution for tracking and managing Conflicts of Interest.

For more information about COI-SMART, contact HCCS at (877) 933-4227, by email at info@hccs.com, or via the web at www.hccs.com.


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