Compliance And HIPAA: Florida Autism Center and Fusion Autism Center (FAC) developed in the context of our core mission statement.
“build a culture of clinical excellence that allows children, their families, and our team members to reach their personal potential”.
Our commitment to developing a strong ethical environment and a culture of learning.
The hallmark of an effective compliance program requires that we exercise due diligence. We seek and preventing illegal and unethical conduct by employees and its agents by establishing our Code of Conduct.
FAC has been specially designed to assist employees and business partners. We integrate these values, ethics and principles within our Code of Conduct into all aspects of operations.
FAC Board Members, officers, employees, contractors, subcontractors, vendors or other entities. FAC has entered into a contract or other arrangement to conduct business on behalf of the company. Must review and observe the Code of Conduct to ensure that all actions are consistent with FAC’s values and principles.
As a company, our goal is to maintain a structure and process that promotes ethical behavior. Compliance with legal requirements and company policies, resulting in quality care, accurate financial practices and organizational excellence.
An important component of my responsibilities is to have a constant and systematic risk assessment, system monitoring and auditing to detect illegal or unethical conduct as well as to have in place and publicize our FAC Compliance Hotline system, whereby employees and other interested persons can report potential noncompliant conduct by others within the organization without fear of reprisal.
A compliance program is only effective when standards are consistently enforced through appropriate disciplinary measures as well as by taking reasonable steps, when a problem is discovered, to implement corrective action and any necessary program modifications. Additionally, to ensure that we have a robust compliance program in place, FAC has established a Compliance Committee.
Members of the Compliance Committee include but are not limited to the following: Chief Executive Officer, Chief Human Resources Officer, Chief Operating Officer, Chief Clinical Officer, Chief Financial Officer and chaired by the Chief Compliance Officer.