ArchCare and its employees are responsible for performing ethically and in compliance with the law.
If you have reason to believe that someone on ArchCare’s behalf has committed an act of fraud, waste or abuse or if you have some other compliance concern, you should contact:
- The compliance officer at your site;
- Sarah D. Strum, ArchCare’s Senior Vice President of Compliance, at 1‑646‑633‑4401;
- Our Compliance and Corporate Ethics hotline, at 1‑800‑443‑0463;
- You may email firstname.lastname@example.org; or
- You may also make a secure report online via the following link: www.archcare.ethicspoint.com
If you suspect that an ArchCare employee is engaged in improper governmental activities, you should know that ArchCare has policies that can show you how to “blow the whistle” and can protect you from retaliation if the need arises. ArchCare strictly prohibits retaliation, discrimination, harassment or any other adverse action against an employee who reports or participates in the investigation, audit, remedial action or self-evaluation of a potential ethical or legal violation in good faith.
This website provides important information for employees, contractors, residents and patients about compliance.
- Corporate Compliance Poster
- ArchCare Compliance and Privacy Officers
- Notice of Privacy Practices
- Code of Conduct
Nondiscrimination & Accessibility
Section 1557 of the Affordable Care Act
ArchCare complies with all Federal, State, and Local laws, including the Fair Housing Act regarding providing for services to the deaf and hard of hearing. ArchCare complies with Section 1557 of the Affordable Care Act, which “prohibits discrimination based upon race, color, national origin, sex, age or disability including but not limited to the deaf and hard of hearing in certain health care programs and activities.