Our goal is to model integrity and ethical conduct in all that we do. To that end PHTS has implemented a corporate integrity program and our Code of Business Conduct serves as the “constitution” of the Corporate Integrity Program. Our Corporate Integrity Program is modeled on the U.S. Sentencing Commission Guidelines for organizations and compliance program guidance documents published by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Office of Inspector General.
Our Code of Business Conduct and all requirements apply to all PHTS associates, the board of directors, and our strategic and business allies, when representing PHTS. Although common sense and common decency are reliable guides for conducting business, we have formally adopted a corporate integrity program to make it clear that we have high expectations of all those who work for us and do business with us.
Specifically, we ensure all operational policies are well defined, understood, monitored and all actions are consistent with the expectations required. The scope of the corporate integrity program, overseen by the PHTS corporate integrity officer, extends to confidentiality and security of records, evidence of consistent compliance with laws and regulations, and maintaining appropriate business relationships. We provide several options for reporting concerns, including an anonymous website for our associates or others to report concerns.
If you have any questions or need any additional information, or wish to report any concerns, please contact Cindy J. Moore, AIM, CQIA, CQA, CMQ/OE, vice president, quality at PHTS at
or 803.731.5300. Those who wish to remain anonymous may contact the PHTS Corporate Integrity Website at www.hotlineservices.com