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Hospital Integrity

The OHSU and FPP Integrity Officers are responsible for specialized integrity activities and have professional expertise in the area of Healthcare.   These activities include:

1.       Develop, coordinate, implement, and oversee the Clinical Compliance Plan;

2.       Communicate integrity requirements and procedures to Healthcare Personnel, and ensure completion of either Hospital Compliance or Fraud Awareness;

3.        Serve as a resource to directors and others;

4.        Monitor, investigate, and resolve integrity concerns and violations reported and provide any necessary follow up;

5.       Have a working knowledge of laws, regulations, and rules applicable to the Healthcare Mission;

6.       Perform periodic risk analyses to determine risk factors;

7.       Communicate and coordinate with the OHSU Chief Integrity Officer regarding: integrity concerns or violations; results of integrity audit activities; suggested or needed changes in their areas related to integrity issues; integrity objectives; or other topics of concern or as requested;

8.       Lead by example.

 

Please see the OHSU Integrity Program Roles & Responsibilities and Program Elements for more information.