At each of Athena’s managed facilities, our professional caregivers are committed to providing an atmosphere that allows our long-term residents and short-term patients to meet their physical, social, emotional and spiritual needs in a caring, homelike environment. Family members can rest assured that their loved one will be cared for with compassion and dignity.
Athena Health Care Systems, based in Connecticut, has been a leader in providing quality health care services since 1984. With nursing homes throughout Connecticut, Massachusetts and Rhode Island, Athena has been recognized as one of the largest managers of skilled nursing facilities in New England.
Athena Health Care Systems holds a Partners In Dedication Luncheon CeremonyAthena Health Care Systems held a Partners In Dedication Luncheon Ceremony on Thursday, December 4, 2014 at the Country Club of Farmington for employees from 18 facilities... read more
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To report a non-compliance issue regarding one of Athena Health Care Systems' managed facilities or our corporate office, please contact a member of our Corporate Compliance Committee. For your convenience, we have set-up a special toll-free number and e-mail; please call 1-860-620-6033 or send an e-mail to our Corporate Compliance Officer.
Athena's Corporate Compliance Program was established in 2000 to proactively identify and correct possible issues of fraud and abuse in Athena Health Care Systems' managed facilities and our corporate office.
Our compliance program provides a mean by which we can take practical steps to minimize, and perhaps eliminate, fraud and abuse in our organization. Athena and its managed facilities do not tolerate fraud and abuse, thus we have established this program as part of a national effort by the federal government to reduce fraud and abuse in our health care programs.
Company employees are frequently required to access and handle items of personal information collected by the Company in the course of our business, including information pertaining to our employees, our customers, and others with whom we do business. It is our Company’s policy to protect and safeguard the confidentiality of and prevent misuse of personal information, including social security numbers we obtain in the course or our business, prohibiting the unlawful disclosure of such personal information and limiting access to it.
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It is the policy of Athena Health Care Systems to fully comply with all federal and state laws governing fraud and abuse in health care programs and to expect all employees, contractors and consultants to conduct themselves in an ethical and responsible manner. Furthermore, we operate on the belief that the quality of care directly affects the quality of life. To report any issue of non-compliance, or to report quality of care issues or concerns, please call Athena’s 24-Hour Hotline Voice Mailbox at: 860.620.6033 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Athena Health Care Systems does not discriminate against any person on the basis of race, color, national origin, disability, age or other characteristics protected by State or Federal law in admission, treatment, or participation in its programs, services and activities, or in employment. For further information about this policy, contact: Director of Personnel Management, 860.751.3900, for deaf and hearing impaired first dial 711.