ScionHealth’s Compliance Department aims to be a trusted partner in fostering integrity, transparency, accountability and a culture of compliance that protects our reputation, mission, vision and values. Our approach to compliance is a comprehensive effort to promote ethical and legal behavior that ensures quality of care for patients and compliance with local, state and federal laws and regulations. In addition to detecting and preventing fraud, waste, abuse and policy violations, our Compliance Program also provides ScionHealth employees and contractors with resources to help guide conduct and report their concerns.

To promote compliance with laws, regulations and policies, ScionHealth has established formal systems, processes and compliance committees at every level of the organization, from our facilities and locations to the Board of Directors. The program is administered by the Compliance Department – which functions independently of ScionHealth’s operating divisions – and is headed by the Chief Compliance Officer, who reports directly to the Board of Directors.

ScionHealth’s Compliance Program is responsible for:

  • Understanding the rules and regulations that govern the company business lines;
  • Partnering with operations to ensure a culture of compliance;
  • Designing and implementing controls to protect against identified risks;
  • Monitoring and reporting on the effectiveness of those controls;
  • Resolving compliance difficulties as they occur;
  • Working collaboratively with operations on any required corrective measures; and
  • Validating the efficacy of corrective measures. 

Compliance Hotline


Each employee’s willingness to report concerns is an important part of the effectiveness of ScionHealth’s Compliance Program. We are each responsible for reporting suspected violations of the Code of Conduct, ScionHealth policies and procedures, federal/state regulations and other compliance-related matters. It is not acceptable to overlook actual or potential wrongdoing and all integrity concerns should be pursued until addressed appropriately. One of the reporting resources offered by ScionHealth’s Risk Management & Compliance Department is the Compliance Hotline. The Compliance Hotline is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week and is managed by an external party. Although the Compliance Hotline is not a substitute for the company’s Open Door Policy, we encourage employees to use it to report a compliance-related concern or to request clarification on compliance policies or issues.