CHILDREN’S DENTAL HOSPITAL MEDICAID COMPLIANCE PROGRAM

The Children’s Dental Hospital has adopted the Medicaid Billing Compliance Program, Medicaid Compliance Program Policy, and Medicaid Code of Ethics, in accordance with federal and New York State laws and regulations to prevent, detect, and report incidents of Medicaid non-compliance, fraud and abuse. These documents may be found at these links or under the related files below.

  • Medicaid Compliance Program

  • Mandatory Provider Compliance Policy

  • Medicaid Code of Conduct


  • All employees, non-employees and contractors involved in the provision of, or claiming federal Medicaid financial compensation or reimbursement for, dental and medical related services are required to read and comply with the program and policy, and the governing federal and state statutes and regulations. The Children’s Dental Hospital requires its employees to be aware of the State’s Medicaid Compliance Program. This awareness includes the responsibility to report suspected Medicaid compliance issues to the Medicaid Compliance Officer. If you suspect Medicaid fraud, or lack of compliance with the State’s Medicaid Compliance Policy and Program, as an employee of the Hospital, you are obligated to report those issues to the Medicaid Compliance Officer. The Hospital provides several options for such confidential reporting: Failure to comply with any of the above legal requirements may result in disciplinary action.

    The Children’s Dental Hospital has designated VALERIE VOLSKY, as the Medicaid Compliance Officer. You may contact her by:

    PHONE: 718.645.1588 ext 207
    EMAIL: valerie@kcdh.org
    MAIL TO: 2120 Ocean Ave
    c/o: Medicaid Compliance Officer
    2120 Ocean Avenue,
    Brooklyn, NY 11229

    All information will be strictly confidential. You will need not state your name. If you wish, however, you can provide the contact information.

    The Medicaid Compliance Officer will investigate each issue reported to the Children’s Dental Hospital. The result of all investigations will be reported to the CEO of the Hospital, and if appropriate, the office of the Medicaid Inspector General. For more information, click this link.