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Woods Rogers Consulting PLC Introduces New Affiliate: Healthcare Compliance Resources

August 11, 2008

ROANOKE, Va., Aug. 11 /PRNewswire/ — Hospitals, physician offices and other healthcare providers throughout the Southeast now have a new way to comply with state and federal regulations, keep their workers safe and limit potential regulatory liabilities.

Woods Rogers Consulting PLC has added healthcare compliance to its line of services with the addition of a new affiliate, Healthcare Compliance Resources (HCR).

Led by industry veteran Stephen A. Burt, HCR provides on-site consulting services and written compliance plans for hospitals, physician and dental offices, clinics, public health departments, long-term care facilities and funeral homes in Virginia, North Carolina, Tennessee and West Virginia.

Its consulting and training services include OSHA compliance, workplace hazards assessment and HIPAA and EPA initiatives, including regulated medical waste management. With more than 33 years of experience in the healthcare regulatory field, Burt is best known for his popular OSHA and HIPAA compliance seminars.

“Healthcare providers face a host of unique regulations in their industry, and it takes an experienced partner to help them navigate and comply with those myriad regulations,” Burt says. “Healthcare Compliance Resources takes care of compliance for healthcare professionals so they can take care of their patients.”

About Healthcare Compliance Resources

Healthcare Compliance Resources provides on-site consulting services and written compliance plans dealing with OSHA/CMS/EPA/SDOH and HIPAA regulations for hospitals, physician and dental offices, clinics, public health departments, long-term care facilities and funeral homes in Virginia, North Carolina, Tennessee and West Virginia. To learn more, visit http://www.wrc-hcr.com/.

Woods Rogers Consulting PLC

CONTACT: Stephen A. Burt of Healthcare Compliance Resources,+1-540-983-7750, sburt@wrc-hcr.com

Web site: http://www.wrc-hcr.com/




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