Henry Ford Health System Compliance Program
Henry Ford Health System (HFHS) is committed to the highest standards of ethics and integrity in all aspects of health care delivery. Guided by our values of Compassion, Innovation, Respect and Results, our system-wide Compliance Program, as part of Business Integrity Services, has been developed to assist in understanding and following the laws, regulations, professional standards and ethical commitments applicable to our work. It ensures that payer requirements are adhered to, and that the conduct of our staff, faculty, and entire workforce is aligned with appropriate standards, behaviors and actions, including those outlined in our System Code of Conduct.
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The Compliance Program promotes a culture of integrity and an ethical environment which encourages all HFHS colleagues and workforce members or Medicare beneficiaries to report, in good faith, any actual or suspected fraud, waste, or insurance abuse, violations of law or regulation. HFHS prohibits retaliation in any form against any individual reporting issues and concerns in good faith. Retaliation is subject to discipline up to and including termination of employment or termination of participation in business relationships with HFHS. We do attempt to maintain, within the limits of the law, the confidentiality and identity of individuals reporting issues and concerns.
The Compliance Program provides all workforce members — including medical staff, vendors and other business partners — with resources to assist them in helping achieve compliance with the highest professional, legal and ethical standards. A Vendor Code of Conduct communicates the minimum standards by which HFHS vendors are expected to conduct themselves when providing goods or services to our health system. For vendors who are seeking more information, please visit our Vendor Information page.
Other key components of our Compliance Program include education and training, auditing and monitoring of HFHS business activities, and processes that allow HFHS workforce members to report issues and concerns so they are addressed in a timely and appropriate manner.
If you have any Compliance related concerns please feel free to contact any of the following leaders:
Candyce Foreman, CPA, CGMA – Vice President, Business Integrity Services
Business Integrity Services consists of:
- Internal Audit
- Enterprise Risk Management
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Debora Murray, MA, CHC – North Market and Antitrust Chief Compliance Officer; Director of Community Benefit
The North Market consists of the following locations:
- Henry Ford Macomb Hospital and affiliated ambulatory centers.
- Henry Ford West Bloomfield Hospital and affiliated ambulatory centers.
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Matt Wolocko, MBA, CHC – South Market and Corporate Services Chief Compliance Officer
The South Market consists of the following locations:
- Henry Ford Hospital and affiliated ambulatory centers.
- Henry Ford Wyandotte Hospital and affiliated ambulatory centers.
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Mary Jo White, MBA, CHC, CHPC, CHRC – Central Market, Research, and Community Care Services Chief Compliance Officer
The Central Market consists of the following locations:
- Henry Ford Allegiance Health and affiliated ambulatory centers.
- Community Care Services consists of Dialysis in partnership with Greenfield Health Systems, Henry Ford at Home, Occupational Health, OptimEyes, and Pharmacy Services.
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