INTEGRIS is committed to meeting its obligations under Oklahoma and Federal law and the Human Resource Standards outlined by the Joint Commission. INTEGRIS is also committed to being a good partner with those agencies providing temporary staff to our facilities by providing them the information and tools necessary to ensure they also meet those same obligations. This site will be updated regularly to reflect changes in the law, Joint Commission Standards and INTEGRIS policies and procedures so please do check it on a scheduled basis. This site and the information contained herein are intended for the sole use of INTEGRIS and its contracted agency partners. No other use is authorized. If you need immediate assistance or have any questions related to Agency Staffing for INTEGRIS please contact via email: Loree M
Mandatory Annual Education
- Welcome to INTEGRIS
- Bomb Threat Awareness
- Corporate Compliance
- FAST Stroke Identification
- HIPAA Privacy and Security
- Information Security
- Patient Safety Education Module
- Performance Improvement
- Regulatory Module for Safety, Hazard Communication, Security, Emergency Preparedness, Reporting Incidents, Infection Control
- Regulatory Module for Compliance, Sexual Harassment, Patient Rights, Confidentiality, HIPAA, Grievances
- Weight Bias
HUMAN RESOURCES AND JOINT COMMISSION
Staffing Resources Agency File Checklist and Audit Form
Staffing Agency background check links:
Joint Commission Checklists
Oklahoma Health Care Providers' HB 2603
Human Resources Policies
AGENCY NURSE ORIENTATION
NON-LICENSED CLINICAL AGENCY ORIENTATION
Code Of Conduct
Compliance and Risk Management Policies
INTEGRIS mileage reimbursement for agency staff is the same as it is for INTEGRIS employees. The current reimbursement rate as of July 1, 2011 is .40 a mile.
INTEGRIS Patient Quality Measures
The Hospital Quality Alliance (HQA) and the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) have developed an acute inpatient survey, the Hospital Consumer Assessment of Healthcare Providers and Systems (HCAHPS), about a patients’ experience with their hospital care. The goal of this survey is to give consumers a broad look at key aspects of care that are of interest to many patients.
The survey questions ask how often different aspects of care were provided, such as how often a doctor or nurse carefully listened to them. The HCAHPS survey includes 27 questions which will be bundled and reported as 10 “composite scores.”
INTEGRIS is committed to providing patient-centered care, which is why we are voluntarily participating in this national public reporting effort. Transparency has long been a priority at INTEGRIS. We believe this ideology not only promotes openness and honesty, but accountability as well.
Please visit http://integrisok.com/quality to learn more about our patient quality measures and surveys given to each patient.
INTEGRIS is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer