OHSU members should visit the Conflict of Interest site, or search O2 for Conflict of Interest.
A conflict of interest exists when an OHSU member's financial interests or other obligations interfere – or may appear to interfere – with their obligations to act in the best interest of OHSU. The Conflict of Interest program works to mitigate these concerns, ensuring adequate transparency within the institution and the larger communities we serve.
We accomplish our goal by:
- Prescribing policies and procedures adherent to state and federal regulations
- Restricting the acceptance of gifts on behalf of our members from potential and established vendors
- Aligning vendor presence policies with national standards
- Reviewing Sunshine Act data to ensure accurate disclosures have been made by our institution's provider population