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ArtikelCorporate Compliance: Quality-of-Care Regulatory Model  
Oleh: Gingerich, Barbara Stover
Jenis: Article from Journal - ilmiah internasional
Dalam koleksi: Home Health Care Management & Practice vol. 14 no. 1 (Dec. 2001), page 72-73.
Topik: quality; staff; recruitment; validation; competency; orientation; false claims
Fulltext: 72HHC141.pdf (38.32KB)
Isi artikelThis aspect of compliance emerged as a result of attention on nursing homes within the state of Pennsylvania. A myriad of false claims actions were filed by the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Pennsylvania alleging substandard care. Interpretation focused on prosecution under the federal False Claims Act and when findings were upheld, it resulted in civil monetary penalties up to $10,000 per day for noncompliance. In some cases, termination of Medicare and Medicaid certification and loss of government reimbursement also occurred. This major effort was followed by the Institute of Medicine’s report on medication errors, and from that point forward, compliance activity and policymakers have focused on quality of care across the continuum. As a result, the focus of the quality-of-care regulatory model began to affect staffing and human resource processes and compliance components
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