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DADS Compliance Policies & Procedures

Last modified: 3/2/2012 1:02 PM

The purpose of the Department of Alcohol & Drug Services (DADS) Compliance Policy & Procedures is to promote a Compliance Program that:

  • Maintains and continues to enhance the quality of client care and other services provided.
  • Provides policies and procedures that enhance compliance activities.
  • Empowers all DADS employees to identify, report and correct conduct or behaviors that do not conform to SCVHHS Compliance Standards or underlying laws and regulations.
  • Promotes open communication about compliance in a supportive and retaliation-free environment.

For convenience of access, DADS Compliance Policies and Procedures have been incorporated to the Departmental Policies and Procedures Manual.

                                                             INDEX

THE FOLLOWING POLICIES AND PROCEDURES PERTAIN TO COMPLIANCE-RELATED TOPICS

 

TITLE  SECTION  REVISED

Agreement for Service

        2  08/01/06

Auditing and Monitoring of Billed Services

       52  01/09/08

Background Check of Staff Working with Adolescents

       53  08/01/06

Claim Submission and Billing

       54  01/09/08

Compliance Investigation

       69  01/09/08

Confidentiality & Release of Patient Information

        7  08/01/06

Conflict of Interest

       56  01/09/08

Conserved Clients

       76  02/01/07

Contract Monitoring

       57  08/01/06

Cooperation Between County Counsel and the Compliance and Privacy Office

       70  01/09/08

Correcting Billing Errors

       58   08/31/06

Credentialing Process for DADS Employees

       59  08/01/06

Donations/Gifts

       12  08/01/06

Exclusions of Providers

       60  01/09/08

Exit Interviews

       74  01/09/08

False Claim Act - Fraud, Abuse and Waste

       73  01/09/08

Institutional Review Board

       61  08/01/06

Medical Necessity

       62  08/01/06

Medi-Cal Share of Cost

       63  08/01/06

Prohibition of Retaliation Against Workforce Members who Report Suspected Compliance Violations

       68  01/09/08

Reporting Compliance Violations

       64  01/09/08

Retention of Records and Reports

       65  01/09/08

Solicitation and Acceptance of Discounts and Rebates from Healthcare Vendors 

       71  01/09/08
Staff Disciplinary Actions: Maintaining Client Confidentiality During Disciplinary Proceedings        66  08/31/06

Staff Education

       67  01/09/08
Subpoenas, Court Orders and Warrants        39  01/09/08

Use of the Intranet to Transmit Protected Health Information

       72  01/09/08