Women’s League operates numerous programs and services that benefit the intellectually and developmentally challenged members of our community and their families. These programs are authorized and funded through various governmental agencies on the federal, state, and city levels. Women’s League is committed to scrupulously adhering to all applicable laws, regulations and directives which address detecting and preventing fraud, waste and abuse in our healthcare programs.
The policies enumerated in our compliance plans apply to billing, payments, determinations of medical necessity, quality of care, governance, mandatory reporting, credential and license verification and any other risk areas identified by our agency. This compliance plan also enumerates policies which protect an employee’s right to disclose improper practices of the Agency without fear of retaliation.
All Women’s League employees are expected to comply with the Women’s League code of conduct, including management and supervisory staff. The compliance plan also applies to members of the Board of Directors, volunteers, contractors and agents, throughout all programs operated by Women’s League.