Randolph Health has a formal corporate compliance program that involves all employees as encouraged by the federal government.
The Office of the Inspector General of the Department of Health and Human Services and other federal agencies are responsible for enforcement of federal law, especially in terms of governmental healthcare spending. As such, they emphasize the importance of voluntarily developed and implemented compliance plans. Compliance efforts within a healthcare system are designed to promote prevention, detection and resolution of instances of conduct not conforming to federal, state and private payer healthcare program requirements, as well as the hospital's ethical standards. Our compliance program demonstrates our organization's commitment to the compliance process.
To facilitate compliance, Randolph Health has a Corporate Compliance Committee. This committee is a centralized source for distributing information on healthcare statutes, regulations, and other issues related to fraud and abuse.