Windsor Health Group (WHG) recently introduced Wendy Richey as the company's chief compliance officer.

In this position, Richey is responsible for the development, implementation and evaluation of the company’s compliance programs, ensuring conformity with governmental requirements and representing the organization in government compliance matters as well as regulatory meetings and activities. She also will direct training programs for employees regarding compliance requirements.

Richey arrives at WHG from HealthSpring, where she was senior VP, regulatory management and administration. During her 16 years there, according to a statement from WHG, she led and managed HealthSpring’s regulatory and compliance issues, supervised and coordinated deliverables, and communicated and managed corrective action/business plan development for submission to the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS). She managed relationships with Congress through the passage of the Medicare Improvement for Patients and Providers Act and the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act and became a resource for members and her peers in the industry.

Richey also worked for 14 years at AARP, developing and implementing the association’s nationwide Medigap Program, noted WHG.


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