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1-800-HHS-TIPS (447-8477)

It is the policy of Campbell County Health (CCH) to fully comply with all the laws and regulations that relate to or affect the delivery of health care services and the billing for those services. These laws and regulations apply to CCH because the system receives payment for services from Medicare, Medicaid, and other government programs.

CCH wants all employees to act in ways to protect and strengthen the system's reputation for honesty. To do so, the system expects all employees to obey all laws that apply to their jobs and to help the system make sure that all laws that apply to the hospital are followed.

Report Healthcare Fraud

The Office of Inspector General (OIG) Hotline Operations accepts tips and complaints from all sources about potential fraud, waste, abuse, and mismanagement in the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services' programs, including Medicare and Medicaid. Your information will be reviewed by a professional staff member. Here's how you can report fraud:

  • PHONE: 1-800-HHS-TIPS (447-8477)
  • FAX: 1-800-223-8164
  • TTY: 1-800-377-4950
  • MAIL: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Office of Inspector General, ATTN: OIG Hotline Operators, P.O. Box 23489, Washington, DC 20026
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Fraud and Abuse Compliance Program

CCH has a fraud and abuse compliance program that applies to employees, business arrangements with physicians, vendors, other health care providers and other persons that may be impacted by federal or state laws relating to fraud and abuse.

Chief Compliance Officer

The Board of Trustees appoints a Compliance Officer for Campbell County Health. Compliance Officer Kim Johnson is responsible for helping Campbell County Health obey the laws that apply to it. If you have questions or concerns, direct them to the Corporate Compliance Officer at 307-688-1322 or use the Compliance hotline at 307-688-2121.

Code of Conduct

Campbell County Health has a Code of Conduct to help its employees, volunteers, and medical staff members understand the laws that apply to the Campbell County Health and affect the way in which it must act. When the words “Campbell County Health or CCH” are used, this means every department, service, or unit even if it is not located at the main hospital building.

The Code of Conduct has six “Principles” that explain the most important rules. Each Principle includes a discussion of the rules that employees, volunteers, and medical staff members are expected to follow.

The six Principles deal with the following issues:

  1. Legal Compliance
    CCH will make every effort to ensure that all actions by the Hospital or for the Hospital are in compliance with all applicable laws.
  2. Business Ethics
    CCH is committed to the highest standards of business ethics and integrity. Therefore, all employees are expected to act honestly and ethically in all business dealings. This means that CCMH employees shall not act in any way that is intended to defraud or cheat anyone of money, property, or honest services.
  3. Confidentiality
    CCH employees, volunteers, and medical staff members will make every possible effort to maintain the confidentiality of patient information and other confidential information in accordance with applicable legal and ethical standards.
  4. Conflicts of Interest
    Trustees, managers, and employees who are in a position to influence decision-making have a duty of loyalty to the health system. This means that such persons must not use their position and ability to influence, to benefit personally or to help others to benefit at the expense of CCH.
  5. Business Relationships
    Any business transaction with vendors, contractors, and other persons must be conducted free from gifts, favors, offers of gifts or favors, solicitation of gifts or favors, or other improper inducements in exchange for influencing or assisting in a business transaction.
  6. Protection of Assets
    All employees will make every effort to preserve and protect the assets of CCH.

An employee’s failure to read, accept, and follow this Code of Conduct may lead to disciplinary action, including but not limited to termination. If an employee does not understand an issue, that employee should seek help from his or her supervisor or the Compliance Officer.

Every employee has a duty to report violations of the Code of Conduct or violations of laws to CCH Management. The report may be made by a telephone call to the Compliance Reporting Line at 307-688-1568; the report may be made in writing on forms available outside Human Resources and the Cafeteria; or the report may be made directly to the Compliance Officer.

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