HEOA DISCLOSURES

Conflict of Interest and Conduct Policy

All PCOM community members are required to promptly report any conduct which a reasonable person would, in good faith, suspect to be fraudulent, unlawful, improper or erroneous, or in violation of the PCOM Code of Conduct, or other PCOM Standards of Conduct.

PCOM has developed a disclosure program to assist in the effective implementation of its compliance objectives, by encouraging individuals to raise compliance concerns for internal investigation. The Health Care Compliance Committee and Health Care Compliance Officer oversee PCOM’s compliance with the legal and regulatory requirements applicable to its health care-related operations, as well as with PCOM’s internal written standards of conduct.

The Institutional Compliance Committee and Institutional Compliance Officer implement and oversee PCOM’s compliance with the legal and regulatory requirements applicable to its institutional operations, as well as with PCOM’s internal written standards of conduct.

Reporting Hotline

PCOM has established an anonymous Reporting Hotline for receiving compliance reports. The Reporting Hotline number is 877-874-8416.

The Reporting Hotline is accessible 24 hours a day, 365 days a year for any individual wishing to report a concern. The Reporting Hotline number is posted in conspicuous locations throughout the PCOM campus and in the healthcare centers.

Concerns reported on the Reporting Hotline will be received and documented by the Compliance Officer with oversight responsibility for the operational area(s) involved, and presented to the Audit Committee, in accordance with the Disclosure Policy.

Anonymous complaints may be made in writing to either Compliance Officer, at the address below:

[Health Care] or [Institutional] Compliance Officer
Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine
4190 City Avenue, Philadelphia, PA, 19131