Code of Conduct
As caregivers of our communities, the people we serve place an enormous amount of trust in us. Our Code of Conduct is an important part of how we serve and represent our core values in action.
Continuing the work of our founding sisters, we serve people in need, especially those who are poor and vulnerable. Our Mission calls us to see the human connection that unites us all. With this legacy, Providence has thrived because of the continued commitment of the people of Providence to do the right thing.
Maintaining the integrity of the heritage and tradition of our ministry is the responsibility of each person of Providence, and that’s the purpose of our Integrity and Compliance Program. It ensures we are following the ethical commitments, laws, rules and regulations that govern our business conduct, and it helps to discourage, prevent and identify violations.
Our Code of Conduct explains the expectations we have of our employees and the critical importance of being honest and just in all our interactions with our patients, members, colleagues, payers and vendors. It also details how to report a violation or concern about potential illegal or inappropriate actions.
Rod Hochman, MD
President & CEO
- PSJH-REH-1008 Environmentally Preferable Purchasing Policy
- PSJH-REH-1001 Corporate Card, Travel, and Expense Policy for Caregivers
- PSJH-REH-1007 Corporate Card, Travel, and Expense Policy for Executives
- PSJH-REH-1009 Corporate Card, Travel, and Expense Policy for Physicians
- PSJH-PHARM-1316 Inpatient Provision of High Dollar Neoplastics and Monoclonal Derivatives Policy
See policies in “Compliance with Applicable Federal and State Laws and Regulations and Policies” section.
- PSJH-RIS-700 Compliance Program Description
- PSJH-RIS-711 Fraud, Waste and Abuse Prevention and Detection
- PSJH-RIS-734 Privacy Sanctions Policy
- PSJH-MED-308 Excluded Individual Checks
- PSJH-REH-1005 Excluded Individuals and Entities Checks - Vendors
- PSJH-RIS-736 Compliance Hotline PolicyPSJH-RIS-735 Investigations Policy
- PSJH-RCS-1603 Patient Bad Debt Assignments