The purpose of the Institutional Compliance Program is to pro-actively promote compliance with all applicable legal and regulatory requirements. The compliance program strives to foster and help ensure ethical conduct and provide education, training, and guidance to all faculty and staff members. These goals are accomplished through regular high risk identification, training, and monitoring of the effectiveness of compliance activity.
Building Upon the Mission: Everyone has Responsibilities
Ethical conduct and following the policies, laws, and regulations which apply to the university is the responsibility of each faculty and staff member. Each of us must be aware of the legal and ethical standards which apply to our job responsibilities. We must perform our duties and responsibilities in accordance with the provisions of federal and state laws, regulations, and policies; the Rules and Regulations of the Board of Regents of the U.T. System; and the policies of UTHealth. These responsibilities are outlined in the university’s General Standards of Conduct Policy.
If you have a question, concern, report or problem involving any aspect of compliance, we want to hear from you. Any member of the health science center community (faculty, staff, resident, or student) or other interested party with knowledge or suspicion of any activity that may be illegal or non-compliant is encouraged to make use of the university's Compliance Hotline website, call 833-222-0056 (for English) or 800-216-1288 (for Spanish) or send an email to email@example.com.