What makes Providence Health Care a compliance company?
Providence promotes an organizational culture that supports ethical conduct and a commitment to comply with all governing laws and regulations not only in the delivery of our health care, insurance and education services, but in our dealings with our workforce members, physicians, faculty, agents, payers and the communities in which we operate.
Where can I find the Providence compliance hotline?
Maintains a mechanism (through the Integrity Hotline at 888-294-8455) for reporting integrity, compliance or legal concerns Satisfies the conditions of participation in health care programs funded by the federal and state governments
Who are the affiliates of Providence Health Care?
The Program also applies to Providence’s wholly owned or controlled entities commonly known as Affiliates, including: Swedish Health Services; Swedish Edmonds; Kadlec Health System; Pacific Medical Centers; and other organizations that may join Providence as an Affiliate unless specifically noted otherwise.
Where can I file a complaint about a doctor?
To file a complaint about conditions at a hospital (like rooms being too hot or cold, cold food, or poor housekeeping) contact your State’s department of health services. To file a complaint about your doctor (like unprofessional conduct, incompetent practice, or licensing questions), contact your State medical board.
How to file a complaint with the Department of Public Health?
Draft your own letter or print out our form (PDF) and mail or fax it in to the district office. You can also make a complaint via telephone by contacting the district office that has oversight of the facility in question. Consult the District Office directory to find the counties for which each district office has oversight.
What to do if you have a complaint about a Medicare provider?
Contact your Beneficiary and Family Centered Care Quality Improvement Organization (BFCC-QIO) for complaints about the quality of care you got from a Medicare provider. Like being given the wrong drug or being given drugs that interact in a negative way.
How to file a complaint against a Certified Nursing Assistant?
Contact information to submit complaints against certified nursing assistants, hemodialysis technicians, and home health aides is below. Complete our complaint form or draft your own complaint and submit via email, fax, or mail. You may also file a complaint over the phone. Mail