Notice to Vendors, Contractors and Agents

PeaceHealth’s Organizational Integrity (OI) Program is designed to establish a culture within PeaceHealth that promotes prevention, detection, and resolution of instances of conduct that do not conform to federal and state law and regulation, as well as PeaceHealth’s ethical and business policies.  

PeaceHealth Standard of Conduct

For our vendors, contractors and agents, this means compliance with federal and state laws and regulations and in some instances, PeaceHealth policies, is required. For example, most Vendors, contractors and agents doing business with PeaceHealth must be eligible to participate in federal and state-funded health care programs, must not be under any suspension or debarment from such programs and have not been convicted of a health care related crime.

Deficit Reduction Act 2005 Requirements

PeaceHealth is also obligated to take all reasonable measures to safeguard the confidentiality, security, and privacy of protected health and other proprietary or confidential information.

To meet its business needs, PeaceHealth may enter into agreements that require compliance with PeaceHealth’s Privacy and Security policies and procedures. Unless specified otherwise, the following policies apply to such agreements.

PeaceHealth reserves the right to review and amend these policies in accordance with applicable federal or state laws or regulations, or to address its business needs.