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Schmitt Woodland Hills: Care to meet your needs

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Mission, Vision, and QAPI

1. The mission of Schmitt Woodland Hills is to provide quality services through good Christian stewardship.
TrueFalse

2. QAPI is a tool that enables us to use root cause analysis to solve a problem.
TrueFalse

3. QAPI is a tool that can only be used by the nursing department.
TrueFalse

4. QAPI is a process that we go through to identify a problem, to seek the root cause of the problem, and to form an action plan for a solution.
TrueFalse

5. The vision of Schmitt Woodland Hills includes:
a. We will relate to each other in the highest ethical standards.b. We treat each other and our residents with dignity and honesty.c. We will use our resources wisely to promote wellness of the Organization.d. We strive to promote an environment which promotes healthy minds and bodies, including physical, emotional, and spiritual wellbeing for everyone in the Schmitt Woodland Hills family.e. All of the above.

6. Our vision is to help us to look ahead to where we are going.
TrueFalse

7. Our mission is a summary of what we do.
TrueFalse

Mission, Vision, and QAPI

1. Compliance is the responsibility of the Compliance Officer, Compliance Committee, and Upper Management Only.
TrueFalse

2. Ways to Report a compliance issue include:
a. Telephone hotlinesb. Report on the Sponsor's Websitec. In-person reporting to the compliance department/supervisord. All of the above.

3. What is the policy on non-retaliation?
a. Allows the sponsor to discipline employees who violate the Code of Conductb. Prohibits management and supervisor from harassing employees for misconductc. Protects employees who, in good faith, report suspected non-complianced. Prevents fights between employees

4. Potential Health Privacy violation and unethical behavior employee misconduct are examples of issues that can be reported to a Compliance Department.
TrueFalse

5. Once a corrective action plan begins addressing Fraud, Waste, and Abuse ongoing monitoring of the corrective actions is no longer necessary.
TrueFalse

6. Medicare Parts C and D plan Sponsors are not required to have a compliance program.
TrueFalse

7. At a minimum, an effective compliance program includes four core requirements.
TrueFalse

8. Standards of Conduct are the same for every Medicare Parts C and D Sponsor.
TrueFalse

3. What are some of the consequences for non-compliance, fraudulent, or unethical behavior?
a. Disciplinary Actionb. Termination of Employmentc. Exclusion from participation in all Federal health care programsd. All of the above