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Compliance at ATRIO

Compliance Team

To contact our Compliance Department, you can send an email to Compliance@atriohp.com

Compliance Program

As a Medicare Advantage Plan and recipient of federal funds, ATRIO Health Plans has the responsibility to ensure the integrity of health plan operations. This document reflects the Office of Inspector General (OIG) and the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) interpretation of the Compliance Program requirements and related provisions, as adopted and implemented by ATRIO.

ATRIO Compliance Program

Standards and Ethics

ATRIO Health Plans will conduct its business in compliance with all federal, state, and local laws, rules and regulations in a manner consistent with the highest standards of business and professional ethics.
If you believe anyone who is or was employed by, contracted with, or otherwise associated with ATRIO Health Plans has done any of the below, please report this immediately to ATRIO's Medicare Compliance Team:

  • Violated any federal, state or local laws, rule or regulation;
  • Behaved in a manner that does not meet business and professional standards and ethics;
  • Acted in a way to create an unsafe environment by use of violence, harassment or discrimination; or
  • Directed you to act in a way that is illegal, unethical or unsafe.

For a list of ways to report incidents, including anonymous reporting, please click here.

Notice: If you were a participant of the Umpqua Health self-funded employee benefits plan in 2017, please click here for the HIPAA Substitute Notice.