UF Compliance and Ethics (UFCE) is scheduling Virtual Meet and Greets with multiple parties across the university to see how UFCE can best support compliance initiatives system-wide. We look forward to collaborating with all areas as we further develop the UFCE Program. If you would like to schedule a meeting with us, please let us know at UF-Compliance@ufl.edu.
The Office of Clery Act Compliance has recently enacted a new travel portal that will need to be utilized for all university sponsored student travel that is either for more than one night or which occurs in spaces used at least on an annual basis. The information entered into the portal will provide the office with the information required to solicit crime statistics from the applicable law enforcement agencies that oversee each location. For more information, contact the Clery Act Compliance Office.
UF’s thirty-seven (37) Compliance Partners are a tremendous and valuable asset to the UF Compliance and Ethics (UFCE) program. They serve as a liaison between their area of scope and UFCE. Their continued participation and support reflect a strong commitment to ethics and compliance. Please check out who they are here.
The latest issue of the Compliance Gazette is available now. This issue is focused on helpful tips to assist during the COVID-19 crisis. You can also test your knowledge of FERPA.
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UF Compliance and Ethics (UFCE) is part of a collaborative effort from multiple offices under the leadership of the Chief Compliance Officer. All Compliance Offices collaborate to promote a culture of ethics and compliance at the University of Florida and UF Health.
The mission of the Privacy Office is to preserve and enhance privacy protections for all individuals whose personal information is handled by the University while maintaining compliance with federal and state privacy regulations and industry standards.
The College of Medicine Compliance Office is responsible for a broad range of compliance activities, including a heavy focus on three key areas: (1) physician billing compliance; (2) regulatory compliance; and (3) conflicts of interest. Visit the COM Compliance Office website for more information and helpful resources that are updated regularly!
The goal of the compliance program is to ensure that UF providers and billing staff understand their legal responsibilities with regard to professional billing.
The goal of Compliance Services is to be a resource for all UF Health employees. Together with departments and individuals throughout our organization, we help keep our commitment to honest, responsible, and ethical conduct.