Harris Health is committed to conducting business in an ethical manner and in accordance with all applicable federal, state, and local laws and regulations. Therefore, Harris Health has implemented a comprehensive Corporate Compliance Program to help prevent, detect, and report healthcare fraud, waste, and abuse in accordance with the Federal False Claims Act and the State False Claims Act.
The Deficit Reduction Act of 2005 (DRA) requires that Harris Health provide its vendors/contractors with detailed information regarding the Federal False Claims Act and the State False Claims Act. To this end, Harris Health has implemented policies that provide information on the Federal False Claims Act and the State False Claims Act and that set forth guidelines that all vendors and contractors of Harris Health must follow to aid Harris Health in the prevention and detection of healthcare fraud, waste, and abuse. Vendors and Contractors are responsible for reviewing and following each of the below listed Harris Health policies:
In addition, vendors and contractors are expected to review and follow Harris Health’s Code of Conduct.
Pursuant to Harris Health’s Code of Conduct and the above-listed policies, vendors and contractors are responsible for reporting any suspected and known violations of the Federal False Claims Act and the State False Claims Act. Vendors and contractors may report known or suspected violations by:
Finally, for more detailed information regarding Harris Health Corporate Compliance program, vendors and contractors should review the following general compliance presentation.