Corporate Integrity and Compliance
HonorHealth is dedicated to the highest standard of behavior, as expressed through corporate culture and through strict adherence to all regulations, and other requirements of federal, state, and local governments regarding health care services and research. HonorHealth is proud of its track record in articulating standards of compliance and ethical conduct, creating awareness of these standards through comprehensive educational programs for employees and contractors, providing a means to report concerns with the protection of a non-retaliation policy, and enforcing these ethical standards through disciplinary guidelines. As stakeholders in the success of the organization we are committed to protecting the HonorHealth Brand.
HonorHealth's Compliance Program is designed to proactively encourage the highest standards of integrity and ethical standards. HonorHealth maintains a Compliance Hotline, allowing staff and contractors to report any activity that may violate HonorHealth's Mission, Compliance Program, or state, federal or local law regulations. The goal of the Compliance Hotline is to present opportunities for the identification, investigation, correction and prevention of inappropriate activities anonymously if so desired. An individual may always contact the Compliance Hotline at 480-882-6169 or toll-free at 1-844-732-6241. If you have any questions, you may contact the Compliance Department at 480-882-6872.
The Corporate Compliance Team is responsible for Regulatory Compliance including compliance with the False Claims Act, the Civil Money Penalty Act, the Anti-Kickback Statute, Stark Law, the Emergency Medical Treatment and Active Labor Act (EMTALA), the Healthcare Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), and Research Integrity.
The Corporate Compliance Team educates in a variety of formats such as on-line computer training, an electronic newsletter, and e-mail alerts and presentations. The team develops, implements, and maintains system-wide Compliance Policies.
If you are a contractor or vendor of HonorHealth, please read the information provided on the Federal False Claims Act, administrative remedies for false claims, state laws regarding the submission of false claims, the protections under these laws for people who report or file suit for alleged violations, and Scottsdale Healthcare's policies regarding these issues. These laws and policies play an important role in detecting and preventing fraud, waste, and abuse in federal health care programs.