At Intermountain Healthcare we are committed to honesty, integrity, and transparency in everything we do. In pursuit of this goal, and as required by law, we must be careful that our employees, contractors, and affiliated providers are not involved in situations that may create a real or apparent conflict of interest with their roles provided at Intermountain. This is an essential step we take to protect our non-profit status.
To fulfill this duty we gather information from key individuals in order to determine if we are within the legal boundaries for our governance and operations. It is important that respondents do not decide for themselves whether a conflict of interest is present, but instead disclose any relevant activities for evaluation.
Individuals participating in the development of Appropriate Use Criteria (AUC) for use of advanced imaging procedures (CT, MR, NM, PET), which are reportable to CMS under the Protecting Access to Medicare Act, are required to complete a Conflict of Interest Disclosure.
A copy of the disclosure, which is formatted as a survey, can be found by using the link located on the right.
Conflict of Interest Disclosures are publicly available for a period of no less than 5 years from the most recently published update of the relevant AUC when requested.