ComplianceCommunity Hospice is dedicated to doing the right thing for our patients, their families, our health care partners and our employees. We promote a strong ethical approach to business and accountability from those who represent our company. Our compliance division ensures that we follow all state and federal laws regulating health care. Additionally, our compliance program monitors our company and develops policies make sure that we abide by all guidelines in matters of clinical care, security, privacy, fraud and abuse. It is also the task of our compliance team to hold our company to the highest ethical standards.
Community strives to be a leader in the industry, and we take our standards seriously. Our compliance group works with all departments within our business to ensure that our associates are educated and trained on all applicable laws and regulations affecting their duties. This training and education is provided to all employees and volunteers at all levels with the purpose of fostering ethical behavior that meets legal criteria and continually improves the quality of care provided.
As part of our compliance program, we provide a process for employees to report potential issues and a procedure for investigating potential misconduct. Preventing improper conduct is vital to our mission of being a responsible, transparent and honest partner in the communities we serve.
Our compliance office is Natalie Sharpe, RN, MSN, CHC. Her role is to oversee the company’s compliance efforts in all locations. She coordinates education, develops company standards and addresses questions related to compliance issues. For more information on Community’s commitment to compliant behavior, Ms. Sharpe can be contacted at email@example.com.
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