Welcome to the Compliance Homepage. This site provides information to patients, contractors and vendors.
Please read the MIHS Notice of Privacy Practices that describes how MIHS will and will not use your patient information.
We have also included some policies to let you know what protections MIHS has put in place to ensure that your information is protected and what to do in the event that you suspect your information has been used inappropriately.
For Contractors and Vendors
Please read the MIHS False Claims Act policy. This policy was created to ensure that all employees, vendors, and agents of MIHS know that MIHS is committed to only submitting accurate claims and documents to the Federal and state governments. This policy is part of the MIHS Compliance Program which is in place to help ensure that MIHS follows the rules related to operating a health care system. The policy also provides information about safeguards for those who report suspected false claims to the Federal and Arizona governments. It is our hope that any concerns regarding the submission of a false claim or misleading statement to the Federal or state governments are reported internally to provide MIHS an opportunity to address and correct any identified problems. However, if a problem is reported externally to the Federal or state government, MIHS is committed to working with those entities to correct and resolve any identified problems.
If you would like to contact the MIHS Compliance Office for any compliance-related matter, please call:
- John Middleton, Chief Compliance Officer - 602-344-5915
- Eric Royal, Director of Compliance - 602-344-5816
If you have any suggestions for this website, please send those to Eric Royal at firstname.lastname@example.org
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