Sevita’s Compliance Hotline and Other Resources

Your feedback is important to us.

Because we believe each individual we serve deserves the highest level of service, Sevita wants to hear from you, whether it is to let us know about a team member who has gone above and beyond or to tell us how we can improve the services and supports we provide. To let us know what we can be doing to better serve you, a family member or the community, please contact your local program staff and share your thoughts.

Sevita requires, expects, and promotes ethical practices at all levels of the organization in accordance with its Quality of Care Standards, Code of Conduct, and the laws and regulations governing the communities in which we serve.

All stakeholders – family members, governing agencies, referral sources, employees, advocates and person served – are asked to report compliance and regulatory concerns to the local program management, quality improvement personnel, human resources, or through the Compliance Hotline.

If this is not possible, any individual who suspects misconduct or unethical behavior is urged to call the confidential Compliance Hotline at 1-800-297-8043. The hotline is administered externally and callers can choose to be anonymous. The Hotline is available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.


Employee Code of Conduct

Together, we have a responsibility to provide quality services and earn the trust of the people we serve, their families, our partners, and the communities in which we operate. This Code of Conduct provides you with an easy-to-follow guide to the standards we are all accountable to uphold.

Transparency in Coverage Rule – Machine Readable Files

Sevita is required to disclose in-network insurance provider negotiated rates through machine-readable files (MRFs) for its employer-sponsored medical insurance, including historical out–of-network allowed amounts.

View Machine Readable Files

Every person has the right to live well.

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