The Department of Health and its associated professional boards investigate reports of unprofessional conduct by licensed professionals and healthcare facilities. Each license type has different standards for unprofessional conduct, examples of which can be found in the state laws specific to each profession. Generally, unprofessional conduct includes behavior that is abusive, negligent, or knowingly wrong. Patients and caregivers may file health and safety complaints against licensed healthcare facilities or agencies, such as hospitals and nursing homes. Examples of complaints that may be filed include accidents, environmental hazards, inadequate staffing, poor quality of care, poor dental or pharmacy services, or cold food.