Methodist Health System is committed to always doing the right thing. That is why we have a compliance program and why we have adopted a Code of Conduct as part of an effective program to prevent and detect violations of law and conduct. Do you know the many ways you can report a concern or incident related to this Code?
Do you understand the meaning and danger of an insider threat?
Methodist Health System has established a Compliance Hotline through Lighthouse Services, Inc. to report fraud, unlawful, unethical and other types of improper behavior. This hotline is NOT a substitute for routine communications within our organization between associates and their supervisors and managers, particularly as to workplace duties.
Do you know the difference between a tornado watch and a tornado warning? Learn the difference and the appropriate steps to take.
Effective April 1, a new hotline number and website launched to give MHS employees 24/7 access to submit compliance concerns anonymously.
REMINDER: Know and follow the HIPAA regulations and MHS policy regarding our patients' requests to correct or amend their medical records.
Distracted walking is on the rise. Being safe means being alert — all of the time.
Take this bit of HIPAA humor as an essential reminder. Be careful when mailing patient information. Always doublecheck the patient's first name, last name and address.
Celebrate National Patient Safety Awareness week with lunch and learns at Methodist Hospital and Methodist Women's Hospital.
Check out these essential safety tips for snow shoveling and driving in winter weather.
REMINDER: Know and follow the HIPAA regulations that forbid employees from editing or updating their own electronic health records or those of family members, including minor children. It is also a HIPAA violation to schedule medical appointments for yourself or your family members in Cerner.
How easy it is to fall for a fake email scam? Watch as NBC national investigative reporter Jeff Rossen puts his parents and his Today Show producers to a phishing test.
Why? To avoid slips and falls in winter weather!
We know what our true love sends on "Twelve Days of Christmas," but what are hackers trying to send to us? Consider how unhappy the holidays (and the rest of the year) would be with these twelve days of breaches.
This weekend, we set our clocks back and got the benefit of an extra hour of sleep. The downside is that darkness will arrive an hour sooner. Keep in mind these darkness safety tips when you are out in the dark.