Complaint Review: University of Alabama Compliance Office
University of Alabama Compliance Office Code of Conduct Violation Birmingham Alabama
*Author of original report: First email response from a person from University of Alabama at Birmingham
*Author of original report: Re: Lemak, Christy Harris, PhD, FACHE - Case # 35669 American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE) | Dec 17, 2017 07:32AM CST
*Author of original report: Amendment to Complaint 2 / include Title IX Sexual Violence and Sexual Misconduct Policy UoA Nov 22 2016
*Author of original report: Timeline of complaint
*Author of original report: Amendment to Complaint / include Alabama Code Title 13A. Criminal Code § 13A-4-3
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Below are specific area's of Code of Conduct this office has failed to show good faith. Entire Code of Conduct can be found on thier website:
The University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) Enterprise is committed to conducting its affairs in ways that promote mutual trust and public confidence. All members of the UAB community are responsible for sustaining the highest ethical standards of excellence, integrity, honesty, and fairness and for integrating these values into teaching, research, patient care, business practices, and other services. Ethical conduct is a fundamental expectation for every UAB community member.
This Code of Conduct applies to all members of the UAB community, including faculty, staff, volunteers, contractors, agents, affiliates, and others providing services to UAB or on behalf of UAB.
Standards of Conduct
The UAB Code of Conduct is a shared statement of commitment to uphold the ethical, professional, and legal standards used as the basis for daily and long-term decisions and actions. Adherence to its spirit, as well as its specific provisions, is critical to UAB’s continued success. Each member is individually accountable for his or her own actions, and the UAB community is collectively accountable for upholding these standards of behavior and for compliance with applicable laws and policies that guide UAB’s work.
4. Use confidential information responsibly
UAB community members are creators and custodians of various types of confidential, proprietary, and private information. Each UAB community member is required to comply with federal and state laws and regulations agreements with third parties and UAB policies pertaining to the use, protections, and disclosure of such information. UAB community members are expected to:
* Learn and follow all laws, UAB policies, and agreements with third parties regarding access, use, protection, disclosure, retention, and disposal of public, private, and confidential information;
* Maintain information security using appropriate electronic and physical safeguards;
5. Acknowledge and appropriately manage conflicts of interest
UAB community members who are UAB faculty and staff owe their primary professional allegiance to UAB and its mission to excel in the highest levels of education, patient care, research, and scholarship. UAB community members have an obligation to be objective and impartial in making decisions on behalf of UAB. External professional activities, private financial interests, or the receipt of benefit from third parties can cause an actual or perceived conflict between UAB’s
interests and an individual’s private interests. UAB community members are expected to:
*Disclose relationships with third parties, such as consulting, board membership, or professional services, in accordance with UAB's process to ensure objective judgment in purchasing, research, and other UAB business and to identify any potential or actual conflicts of interest;
*Ensure one’s personal relationships do not interfere with objective judgment in decisions affecting UAB employment or academic progress of any UAB community member
8. Document, code, bill, and collect in accordance with applicable rules and regulations
UAB treats every notice of suspected compliance violation very seriously and considers reports of suspected noncompliance to be a service to UAB. Reporting a compliance concern in good faith will not jeopardize one’s employment. No such protection is extended to UAB community members reporting in bad faith.
* UAB prohibits UAB community members from retaliating or allowing retaliation against another community member for reporting activities suspected of violating laws, regulations, contractual obligations, or UAB policy.
* Confirmed violations of this Code of Conduct will result in appropriate consequences for the violators, up to and including termination of employment or other relationships with UAB.
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