It is the intent of the Pharmacy Society of Wisconsin (PSW) to conduct our responsibilities of the Wisconsin Pharmacy Quality Collaborative (WPQC)/ Health Care Innovation Award (HCIA)* according to laws and regulations set forth by local, state and federal governments.
The objectives of a successful compliance program are to prevent, detect, correct and learn from compliance misconduct. Strategies which allow us to achieve our objectives include the establishment of a governance structure, availability of a comprehensive and responsive communication system, development and adherence of policy and procedures and standards of conduct, commitment to and delivery of training and education, and a mechanism to monitor activities and report misconduct.
How to report alleged WPQC/HCIA infractions of Fraud and Abuse:
There are several ways to report alleged infractions
- Print a copy of the form and mail it (this can be anonymous or you can identify yourself)
Attention: Compliance Officer, Chad Nechvatal
701 Heartland Trail
Madison, WI 53717
- Contact the Compliance Officer directly (608) 827-9200 or email Chad Nechvatal or a member of the Executive Board of Directors.
All alleged and actual infractions will be reported to the Executive Board of Directors and quantified on this website. Subsequent changes in practice and process will appear on the website as well.
A no-retaliation rule exists for the person(s) reporting an alleged or actual infraction.
*“The project described is supported by Funding Opportunity Number CMS-1C1-12-0001 from Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, Center for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation. Its contents are solely the responsibility of the authors and do not necessarily represent the official views of HHS or any of its agencies.”