We are committed to the highest standards of ethical conduct and business integrity and our Code of Conduct provides guidance to ethical and legal standards of behavior. We encourage you to read our Code of Conduct and see the high standards by which we conduct business. RestorixHealth’s Corporate Compliance Program was developed to help ensure that we conduct our business in compliance with all applicable federal and state laws, rules and regulations and to reduce the risk of misconduct. According to the Office of the Inspector General (OIG) as described in the Federal Sentencing Guidelines, a well-built compliance program should have a strong foundation that includes the following seven elements:
Prompt Response to
Monitoring and Auditing
We have developed active processes tailored to our focus on particular risk areas that are common throughout the industry in which we operate. These voluntary guidelines identify areas to improve and enhance our internal controls so that marketing and other business arrangements are in compliance with Medicare, Medicaid and all other applicable rules and regulations. To follow the OIG guidelines, we have developed a Corporate Compliance Program that consists of the following elements:
Development, distribution and routine review and update of the Code of Conduct and policies and procedures which promote commitment to compliance and ethics and address specific areas of risk to the organization.
Designation of a Chief Compliance Officer who is responsible for overseeing and monitoring the Corporate Compliance Program and a Corporate Compliance Committee who advises the Chief Compliance Officer and assists in the execution of the Corporate Compliance Program.
Regular and effective training and education, which addresses the various components of the Corporate Compliance Program and effectively communicates RestorixHealth’s standards and procedures.
Development of an anonymous third-party compliance hotline for employees to communicate with the Chief Compliance Officer to report potential violations or ask questions.
A system to respond to allegations of improper activities and to consistently enforce appropriate disciplinary action for non-compliance.
Performance of regular compliance audits and evaluation techniques, internally and externally, to monitor compliance with relevant healthcare standards and regulations.
Immediate response to and the investigation of possible violations of the Code of Conduct and Ethics, compliance policies and procedures and applicable laws, rules or regulations, as well as appropriate corrective action initiatives and consistent discipline for any violations that have occurred.