The OIG Compliance Program Assessment is a one-day assessment with a focus on the structure of the organization’s compliance program, communication and reporting systems and processes, internal audit, assessment, and monitoring processes as well as the compliance training program. Recommendations on how to develop or enhance the compliance program are provided in a comprehensive report to the client.
Pendulum leads the healthcare industry in conducting on-location and comprehensive desk-based risk assessments. Pendulum risk assessments are an effective tool utilized by insurance underwriters, agents, and brokers to make proactive and informed decisions regarding professional liability insurance coverage and market placement.
I give Pendulum my highest regard and have no hesitation in recommending them for your risk management program.
Extremely thorough and they ask all the right questions. The loss control expert who reviewed this facility is to be commended for a superb job. It’s clear that Pendulum really understands these types of risks, as there are so few in the industry who truly do. Great job. Thank you.
This was absolutely the best, most thorough risk management visit we’ve ever had.
Depending on the services requested, the assessment process is customized to fit the need of the organization. The assessment may be risk- or compliance-oriented.
Some examples of the areas reviewed during the assessment process include:
Pendulum offers several varieties of assessments:
An organization can also choose a focused assessment that includes customized services to meet their needs in areas such as documentation, fall, skin integrity, elopement management, risk and quality programming, etc.
Pendulum offers more than 22 years of risk management consulting experience to assist organizations in minimizing liability risk and strengthening defensibility. We provide a wide range of risk management services and take pride in our ability to provide customized services to meet our client’s needs.
Our skilled risk control consultants have consulting expertise in a wide variety of clinical and non-clinical settings, allowing them to identify potential areas of risk and provide recommendations based on risk management strategies that have been identified through national claims and litigation activities.