HIPAA Reporting

Your reports will be held in total confidence and are secure. If you feel the need to report a HIPAA violation, all reports are sent directly to the compliance officer.
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“Doing the Right Thing – Everyday”


We strive to engage in a culture where all individuals in the organization know the right thing to do and are willing to do the right thing on a day to day basis. The organization fosters open communication and the reporting of concerns in good faith.   All employees, regardless of position and status are expected to adhere to the culture of compliance.   All employees are expected to report all known or suspected violations of the Code of Conduct.

When you see something that isn’t “Doing the Right Thing-Everyday”, you have 5 options for immediately reporting the issue/concern.


1)To your direct supervisor, a member of the management team in the building, or directly to the Administrator. If the issue is not resolved or you feel that option #1 is not an option that you are comfortable with, then proceed to options (2, 3, 4, 5)

2)To the secure drop box in the building. The items in the drop box will be opened only by the Corporate Compliance Officer.

3)The e-mail will be sent to the Corporate Compliance Officer for follow up investigation. This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

4)Calling the Corporate Compliance Hotline: 855-656-6544

*All calls are confidential. The Hotline number does not use caller identification or trace calls. Callers are not required to provide their name.

5)Directly to the Corporate Compliance Officer, Michelle Stork


Any issues reported will be promptly and thoroughly investigated, whether reported anonymously or not. All persons reporting issues will be protected from any form of retaliation regardless of the results of the investigation. Any form of retaliation will be subject to disciplinary action up to, and including termination of employment. Employees or involved individuals must not take any actions to prevent, hinder, or delay the discovery and full investigations reported to the Corporate Compliance Officer. The reporter and the individuals mentioned will remain confidential, except where disclosure of identity is required by a legal obligation to resolve the discovered noncompliance is necessary.


Intentional abuse of this program by individuals wishing to disrupt the serious nature of this program will result in Corrective Disciplinary Action.