E-Learning Courses

Med-Net Compliance offers our clients’ employees the opportunity to expand their knowledge of healthcare compliance rules and regulations.  Healthcare Compliance e-learning courses on fraud, waste and abuse, privacy, human resources, safety and compliance officer training are available for review and study. The courses are authored by Betty Frandsen, Vice President of Professional Development, and her staff, and are password protected, ensuring use only by client staff members.

Human Resources

Understanding the Family and Medical Leave Act

Employee Use of Cell Phones

Handling Stress in the Workplace

Harassment and Discrimination in the Workplace

Office of Inspector General (OIG) Exclusion List

Overcoming Negative Gossip in the Workplace

Discrimination – Free, Respectful Conduct in the Workplace

Preventing Sexual Harassment in the Workplace

Social Media Staff Education

Social Media Managers Presentation

Staff Interaction with the News Media

Professional Interaction with the News Media for Managers

Applying Progressive Discipline Consistently

Age Discrimination

Incidents between Residents and Employees

New Employees and Workplace Cliques

Pregnant Employee Rights

Fair Credit Reporting Act

Jealousy in the Workplace

Massachusetts Equal Pay Law

At-Will Employment and Exceptions

Comparison between Licenses and Certifications

Identity Theft: Detroit Man Steals 1000 Identities

Identity Theft from Residents by Employees

Recognizing Unions

Effective Position Statements: Responding to EEOC Allegations

Personality Tests as Part of the Hiring Process

Recording and Reporting Occupational Injuries and Illnesses

The Importance of Proper Licensure: A Case Study

Whistleblower Statutes

Worker Fatigue

Unconscious Bias in the Workplace

Recruiting New Employees - Paving the Road to Recruiting Competent Staff

Creating a Culture of Leadership that Maximizes Performance

Meaningful Communication for Direct Care Staff

Key Information for Compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)

Providing Superior Customer Service

Communicating Respectfully with Residents