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Corporate Compliance

Corporate Compliance

Samaritan Health is committed to providing its patients with high-quality and caring medical services and ensuring these services are provided in accordance with the highest ethical, business, and legal standards.  Samaritan Health’s Corporate Compliance Plan sets forth the steps Samaritan Health takes to achieve this goal.  

Compliance Concerns Include:

  • Theft of Samaritan’s resources, such as suspected diversion of drugs
  • Inappropriately accessing our Electronic Medical Records (EMR)
  • Breach of patient confidentiality
  • Inappropriate giving/acceptance of gifts
  • Suspected fraud, waste, or abuse, improper billing and claims submission
  • Concerns related to Emergency Medical Treatment and Active Labor Act (EMTALA)
  • Retaliation
  • Improper surprise bills
  • Password sharing

Compliance Concerns can be Reported as Follows:

Compliance Related Notices:

Compliance Policies and Procedures:

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