Compliance Program

The University of Arizona Health Plans (UAHP) is committed to the ethical and legal conduct of our business operations; this extends to the delivery of health care services and participation in government health care programs. A key component of our commitment to legal and ethical conduct and professional business practices includes adopting standards that uphold these principles, which is the basis for the UAHP Compliance Program. 

The Compliance Program is outlined and described in several documents including the Code of Conduct, policies and procedures, as well as the Fraud, Waste and Abuse Plan. As a Medicare, Medicaid and Health Insurance Marketplace participant, this Compliance Program endorses our commitment to enforce the highest standards of ethics, professional standards and compliance for employees and the Board of Directors (Staff) as well as first tier, downstream and related entities, subcontractors and agents (Business Partners). All Staff and Business Partners must make a personal commitment to adhere to the standards outlined in these documents noted above. UAHP does not condone unethical, non-compliant or criminal conduct by any UAHP Staff and Business.

Important Notice

The University of Arizona Health Plans is required to monitor UAHP subcontracted vendors (also known as First Tier, Downstream and Related Entities (FDRs) to ensure compliance with Medicare and Medicaid requirements. Please review all Compliance documents posted below and complete the online attestation.

This required form must be completed annually for those participating in Medicare and Medicaid.

The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) mandates that all of the University of Arizona Health Plans contracted entities complete compliance training requirements.

The information below is provided to help health care providers complete these requirements.

Fraud, Waste and Abuse Training and General Compliance Training: The University of Arizona Health Plans has adopted training published by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS).

Accessing the CMS Training File

2) Scroll to the "Downloads" section

3) Click on "Medicare Parts C and D Fraud, Waste and Abuse Training and Medicare Parts C and D General Compliance Training."

4) Select "Open" or "Save"; the training is available in both PDF and PowerPoint formats.

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