About Us

Thank you for your interest in doing business with Health Pointe. Our organizational mission is to be a trusted partner in our patient’s healthcare journey.  We strive to achieve this mission through our values of excellence, accountability, compassion, integrity, respect and teamwork. These values are outlined in the Health Pointe Code of Conduct.

We place the utmost importance on the observance of the principles of our Code of Conduct and expect all with whom we do business to conduct themselves accordingly. All vendors/contractors will be held accountable for their actions, and violations of the law or of the policies and principles of Health Pointe will not be excused or tolerated.

Pursuant to the federal Deficit Reduction Act of 2005, as well as other Medicare fraud and abuse laws, Health Pointe is required to provide vendors/contractors with information about the federal and state laws regarding false claims, Medicare Parts C and D compliance, penalties and whistleblower rights and protections under such laws.

It is Health Pointe’s expectation that you will review the Health Pointe policies and procedures and information regarding the CMS requirements for compliance contained within this page. Health Pointe will provide a hard copy or other website links, as applicable, upon written request. Some of the policies are fairly general, while others relate to more specific areas. You are expected to understand and abide by these policies, rules and regulations as they apply to the services that you provide.

It is Health Pointe’s expectation that vendors/contractors will educate all of their employees and contractors who work on matters related to Health Pointe on such policy information and requirements.

Health Pointe Policies
Code of Conduct
The Prevention and Detection of Fraud, Waste and Abuse
Gifts/Business Courtesies
Vendor Representatives Policy

For vendors/contractors who provide clinical care, have access to Protected Health Information (PHI) or perform key revenue cycle functions (“Required Contractors”), your staff must complete the Medicare Learning Network (MLN) trainings listed below within 90 days of hire/contract and annually thereafter.

To fulfill the CMS requirements for compliance education/training and generate a certificate of completion, Required Contractors must do the following:
1. Click to open the Medicare Learning Network® (MLN) Learning Management System.
2. Log in. (If you are a first-time user, you must create an account.).
3. Complete the following two training modules:
a. Medicare Parts C and D General Compliance Training
b. Combatting Medicare Parts C and D Fraud, Waste and Abuse
4. Generate a certificate of completion for each module.

Each employee, contractor, volunteer, governing body member, or downstream entity of a Required Contractor must have a certificate of completion on file from each training section (fraud, waste and abuse training and general compliance training — two certificates in total). Required Contractors must maintain education certificates for ten years and provide them to Health Pointe upon request.

Health Pointe’s chosen primary group purchasing organization (GPO) is VHA/Novation.

If your company is interested in being considered for business opportunities within Health Pointe, please contact us for registration and to be included in our supplier directory.