Corporate Compliance Program
Jefferson Health – Abington is dedicated to maintaining excellence and integrity in all aspects of its operations and its professional and business conduct. Accordingly, Jefferson Health – Abington is committed to conformance with high ethical standards and compliance with all governing laws and regulations not only in the delivery of health care but in its business affairs and its dealings with employees, administrative staff, physicians, agents, payers and the communities it serves.
Compliance is here to help you “do the right thing.” Use the Compliance Staff Directory to find a professional who can assist with all of your compliance-related needs.
Code of Conduct
Jefferson is dedicated to maintaining excellence and integrity in all aspects of its operations and its professional and business conduct. Together, we work to protect our values. Click here to read our Code of Conduct.
Deficit Reduction Act (DRA)
The DRA requires Jefferson to establish written policies regarding compliance with the federal False Claims Act and certain other laws, which include whistleblower protections and procedures for detecting and protecting against fraud, waste and abuse, as a condition of receiving reimbursement from federal and state health care programs. Click here to read more.
Reporting Possible Code of Conduct Violations
You do not have to be sure that you are right to raise concerns about potential violations of the Code, Jefferson’s policies, laws, or regulations. Jefferson will investigate all good faith reports of possible misconduct.
Employees can ask questions or report issues to their immediate supervisor, higher-level department managers or leaders, human resources, the office of legal counsel or the compliance office.
Additionally, anyone can anonymously and confidentially report concerns by using Jefferson's third-party 24/7 alert line at 1-833-ONE-CODE (833-663-2633) or Jefferson.MyComplianceReport.com.