In accordance with Community Health Accreditation Program (CHAP) standards, we are committed to keeping our public informed regarding the potential for conflicts of interest, as well as any other related issues. The highest standards of honorable and ethical conduct must be observed in all relationships. These standards apply to employees, Board of Directors and other volunteers working with the Agency.
Staff are expected to devote their best efforts in furtherance of the Agency’s mission during the course of their employment. Outside employment or personal commitments, if such activities would tend to interfere with an individual’s ability to effectively fulfill his/her regular responsibilities, are not appropriate.
Board members are to refrain from voting on any issue which may affect the professional organization or business in which they are employed or engaged.
Further, it is the policy of this Agency to ensure that directors and officers meet the required criteria by having them sign a disclosure document annually.
It is the policy of this Agency to have available as public information the following:
- The names and addresses of the Board of Directors, along with disclosure of any potential conflicts of interest;
- Agency Mission Statement;
- The Annual Report;
- Proof of licensure;
- A list of findings from the last annual licensure inspection and certification survey report (if applicable) and the list of deficiencies from any valid complaint investigation during the past 12 month;
- Accreditation reports;
- Policies and procedures regarding patient rights;
- The Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) and Casper Reporting System
- Online Reports (OBQI/OBQM & HHA Reports)
- Home Health Compare at Medicare.gov