Code of Conduct
Hartford Hospital has a value system in place which allows us to successfully achieve our mission. These values, which drive our daily work actions, include such things as service, partnership, stewardship, integrity and innovation. Things like truth; compassionate care and treating individuals with respect and dignity are the basis for our value system.
The Code of Conduct
(full version or summary) along with the rules of conduct is an important part of our values. They spell out our expectations for how we should conduct ourselves in the work place, with all parties. The seven standards in this document provide specific guidance to our employees. The Board of Directors and the Hospital’s Management have approved them.
The Prevention of Fraud and Abuse Policy
and the Purchase Order Terms and Conditions Policy
inform employees, contractors and agents of Hartford Hospital regarding Hartford Hospital's efforts to combat fraud, waste, and abuse in the healthcare system; to provide general information of the federal False Claims Act; to describe the remedies and fines for violations that can result from certain types of fraudulent activities; and protections for reporting individuals.
In addition, federal law prohibits the acceptance of any item of value (remuneration) made directly or indirectly, in cash or in kind, that may induce or appear to induce the purchase or referral of any kind of health care goods, services, or items reimbursed by a federal or state health care program (Medicare and Medicaid). Consequently, the acceptance of any such gifts is strictly prohibited.
Hartford Hospital (the Hospital) has adopted clear standards of behavior
to ensure activities and business interactions conducted by and on behalf of the Hospital are in compliance with federal and state laws and regulations relative to business gifts and other gratuities.
View Our Compliance & Ethics Documents: