Corporate responsibility

CommonSpirit Health is a values-driven health care organization. Our commitment to community begins with living our values and adhering to exceptional standards of conduct. It is the personal responsibility of every person associated with our ministry to behave ethically and appropriately.

“At CommonSpirit Health, we believe that corporate responsibility begins with personal responsibility and integrity on the part of everyone who works for and with our organizations.”

Michelle Cooper, Executive Vice President and Chief Compliance Officer

 

Our values in action

Delivering quality health care services is complex and there are many laws and regulations governing how we operate.  CommonSpirit’s policies, procedures and ongoing education help to ensure that our behaviors and business transactions are ethical and appropriate at all times.

“Since the early days when our sponsoring congregations first began their journey to care for those who were poor and vulnerable, we have carried on their tradition of living our values. Maintaining a strong ethical culture is an obligation each one of us shares.”

Lloyd Dean, Office of the CEO

Kevin Lofton, Office of the CEO

Young friends hugging in a huddle on sunset summer beach

Our values

Compassion

  • Care with listening, empathy and love.
  • Accompany and comfort those in need of healing.

 

Inclusion

  • Celebrate each person’s gifts and voice.
  • Respect the dignity of all.

 

Integrity

  • Inspire trust through honesty.
  • Demonstrate courage in the face of inequity.

 

Excellence

  • Serve with fullest passion, creativity.
  • Exceed expectations of others and ourselves.

 

Collaboration

  • Commit to the power of working together.
  • Build and nurture meaningful relationships.

State summaries and False Claims Act

In addition to the federal False Claims Act referenced in the CommonSpirit Health Standards of Conduct, many states have or are in the process of adopting false claims acts.  You are encouraged to periodically check this document, State False Claims Act, for detailed information regarding your state.