Health Care Plus Makes Top Quality Grades Again [08-10-10]

Filed under: Around Marden,Press Releases — Editor @ 2:01 pm

Health Care Plus recently completed its 2010 survey by the Ohio Department of Health with top scores again.

From 2006 through 2010, Health Care Plus (HCP) has been surveyed three times.  In those three surveys combined, HCP received only one minor deficiency.    According to the Office of Inspector General of the U.S., the average number of deficiencies per survey is 3.9.  “It’s really a remarkable record and one that all of us at Health Care Plus are justifiably proud,” stated Cyndi Thiel, Administrator and Sr. Vice President.

“Over the past several years, Health Care Plus has made significant investments in technology and clinical programming while expanding its service area to over forty counties in Ohio.  All this has been accomplished while maintaining a superior level of quality as evidenced by our survey results”, commented Randall A. Mason, President and CEO of The Marden Companies.

About the Survey Process

On a regular cycle, the Ohio Department of Health surveys Health Care Plus to ensure compliance with the requirements of the Medicare / Medicaid Programs.  Surveys last for several days where trained surveyors scrutinize all aspects of the delivery of patient care as well as adherence to the various operating protocols required by the government.

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