Health Care Compliance Brief brings together the best content for Health Law & Compliance Professionals from the widest variety of industry thought leaders. It is a combined effort of the American Health Law Association and Aggregage. The goals of the site and newsletter are to:
Collect High Quality Content - The goal of a content community is to provide a high quality destination that highlights the most recent and best content from top quality sources as defined by the community.
Provide an Easy to Navigate Site and Newsletter - Our subscribers are often professionals who are not regular readers of the blogs and other sources. They come to the content community to find information on particular topics of interest to them. This links them across to the sources themselves.
Be a Jump Off Point - To be clear all our sites/newsletters are only jump off points to the sources of the content.
Help Surface Content that Might Not be Found - It's often hard to find and understand blog content that's spread across sites. Most of our audience are not regular subscribers to these blogs and other content sources.
Disclaimer - This publication contains information about the health care compliance industry. The articles appearing in this publication are not designed to reflect the views of the American Health Law Association (AHLA) leadership nor of the association as a whole. The views and information shared by the contributing authors are expressly their own. The appearance of an advertiser in this publication is not an endorsement of the advertiser's products or services. The information and articles aggregated herein is not legal advice, and should not be treated as such. AHLA does not represent, warrant, undertake or guarantee that the information in the newsletter is correct, accurate, complete or non-misleading. AHLA will not be liable to you in respect of any special, indirect or consequential loss or damages incurred due to your reliance on the content contained in this publication. Questions regarding the use of any information obtained from this publication should be referred to your legal counsel for consultation and advice.