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Health Center Policies and Procedures: Administrative Policies
Authority to Sign Contracts
To safeguard financial resources by authorizing only certain individuals to sign contracts on behalf of the organization.
- 475 Authority To Sign Contracts.doc( 368.64 Kb )
Change Management Guidelines
Manage changes in a rational and predictable manner so that staff and clients can plan accordingly.
- Chg Mgmnt Guide2.doc( 476.16 Kb )
Employment Policies and Guidelines
To delineate consistent guidelines for the creation, dissemination, and amendment of policies.
- 493 Employee Policies Guidelines2.doc( 522.24 Kb )
Equal Pay Policy
To guarantee that there is not any wage discrimination based on race, color, sex, religion, national origin, age, disability, pregnancy, sexual orientation, HIV / AIDS status and/or status a veteran or member of the armed services, between staff members who are performing comparable duties
- 495 Equal Pay Policy.doc( 563.20 Kb )
Clinic policy detailing the informed consent process.
- Informed Consent.doc( 209.92 Kb )
Non-Discrimination / Equal Employment Opportunity
To document fair employment practices.
- 525 Non Discrimination Policy.doc( 558.08 Kb )
Open Access for Migrant Patients - Patient Centered Medical Home
This is the first of several resources MCN is developing to aid health centers in addressing the unique healthcare needs of migrant patients within the Patient Centered Medical Home. In addition, MCN is developing tools and resources health centers can utilize as they seek PCMH recognition.
Open Access means that patients can get same-day appointments for acute care needs and rapid access to routine care needs. This resource describes what Open Access looks like for migrant patients.
- Open Access Statement Final.pdf( 2,613.70 Kb )
Patient Discharge From Practice
The purpose of the Patient Discharge from Practice Policy is to direct a mechanism for review of cases where there is a serious breech in the responsibility of a patient to Cherry Street Health Services. The reviewers consist of the Medical Director and/or Dental Director and the Provider involved and any other staff involved in the case. The group may recommend a remedy, which may include the termination of the patient from the health center practice.
- 3.02.04 Discharge From Practice2.doc( 343.04 Kb )
Clinic policy on patient flow.
- 180 Patient Flow.doc( 399.36 Kb )
Policy for Dealing with Difficult Patients
This policy is created to outline the process for the management of difficult patients. This includes those who are perceived to be difficult with respect to recurrent hostile behavior, inappropriate use of __HC services, excessive non-compliance, inappropriate use of controlled substances, or other patterns of behavior that represent excessive lack of respect or responsibility on the part of the patient.
- 335 Mgmtof Difficult Patients2.doc( 629.76 Kb )