Commitment to Compliant and Ethical Practices
AHRC NYC is committed to operating in an ethical manner, in compliance with all applicable regulations and laws. As such, our employees and volunteers receive initial and ongoing compliance training and our policies and procedures reflect the standards and conduct of behavior expected of employees, volunteers, and those organizations and entities with which we engage in a business relationship.
Please feel free to review the policies and procedures, and if you have any questions or concerns, feel free to contact our Vice President Corporate Compliance/Chief Compliance Officer/Privacy Officer, Sandra Moody at Sandra.Moody@ahrcnyc.org or 212-780-2559.
Corporate Compliance Program
The Arc New York, New York City Chapter (d/b/a AHRC, New York City) is committed to establishing and maintaining the highest standards of ethical conduct related to its business and operational practices.
About Reporting Possible Compliance Violations
It is AHRC NYC policy, as expressed in Section 4.01: Corporate Compliance Policy, that any employee, contracted employee, or agent who witnesses, learns of, or is asked to participate in potentially non-compliant activities must report the matter immediately to his/her supervisor or to the vice president of Corporate Compliance.
Submit a Compliance Violation Report
To submit a report, use our anonymous online form or call our Hotline. All reports can be anonymous and whistleblowers are protected.
False Claims Act
It is the policy of AHRC NYC to detect and prevent fraud, waste, and abuse in federal healthcare programs. This Policy explains the Federal False Claims Act (31 U.S.C. §§ 3729 – 3733), the Federal Program Fraud Civil Remedies Act (31 USC §§3801-3812), the New York State False Claims Act (State Finance Law §§187-194) and other New York State laws concerning false statements or claims and employee protections against retaliation. This policy also sets forth the procedures we have put into place to prevent any violations of Federal or New York State laws regarding fraud or abuse in its health care programs.