Join MRO representatives for HCCA’s comprehensive compliance conference designed specifically to meet the needs of today’s healthcare compliance professionals.

KING OF PRUSSIA, Pa. – MRO will have a presence at the 16th Annual HCCA Compliance Institute, which is planned for April 29 – May 2, 2012, at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas. Our representatives will be on-site in Booth #302 to showcase MRO’s enterprise solutions for managing disclosure of protected health information (PHI).





Stop by MRO’s exhibit to learn how our company addresses the increasingly complex challenges faced by compliance professionals such new privacy and security measures outlined in the HITECH Act, meaningful use regulations, looming accounting of disclosures rulings, increased post-payment audits, HIPAA audits and the growing demands from PHI requesters to exchange information online.

To register for the Compliance Institute, visit

Highlights from the 2012 conference include: 128 sessions, 225 speakers, and special tracks for physician compliance, quality of care, long term care, legal and regulatory, privacy and security, auditing and monitoring, and general compliance “hot topics.”

About MRO Corp.

MRO, a leader in disclosure management solutions for healthcare organizations, provides electronic release-of-information (ROI)payer audit compliance and trackingaccounting of disclosures (AOD) and document management services. MRO’s disclosure management applications and services can be deployed as a common tracking platform across the healthcare entity, spanning HIM, radiology, the business office, outpatient clinics and a number of other departments. Through a proprietary disclosure management platform and market-specific expertise, MRO facilitates the secure exchange of Protected Health Information (PHI) between the healthcare provider and third-party requesters. MRO partners closely with their customers, enabling facilities to achieve a higher level of compliance oversight, mitigate risk, enhance the revenue cycle, improve customer service, and assume more control over the disclosure management process. For additional information, visit