Best Practice for Corporate Governance and Compliance

Corporate governance may be described as a set of rules, processes and practices for governing and directing a company. It is a collective effort that involves aligning the interests of the stakeholders with the corporate philosophy and business of the company. These stakeholders consist of a variety of agents such as shareholders, the customers, investors, suppliers, the government and even the general public. Corporate governance touches upon almost every aspect of the company.

A brief look at Corporate Integrity Agreements

A corporate integrity agreement sets out the terms under which the Office of the Inspector General requires compliance with the conditions it sets out for healthcare providers/entities to facilitate settlement of civil false claims. more...


What is Corporate Governance?

In a broad sense, corporate governance can be defined as a set of processes by which corporations are run and administered. These are a collective function of the critical, core decision makers in the organization, such as Directors, CEO, managers, investors, stakeholders, shareholders, creditors, auditors and others. Corporate Governance sets out the methods and rules for making rules that govern corporate entities. more...