“Covered Persons” includes:a.
all owners, officers, managers, and employees of Parkland; b.
all contractors, subcontractors, agents, and other persons who provide patient care items or services or who perform billingor coding functions on behalf of Parkland, excluding vendorswhose sole connection with Parkland is selling or otherwise providing medical supplies or equipment to Parkland and whodo not bill the Federal health care programs for such medicalsupplies or equipment; andc.
all physicians and other non-physician practitioners who aremembers of Parkland’s active medical staff. Notwithstanding the above, this term does not include part-time or per diememployees, contractors, subcontractors, agents, and other persons who are not reasonablyexpected to work more than 160 hours per year, except that any such individuals shall become “Covered Persons” at the point when they work more than 160 hours during thecalendar year.2. “Billing and Reimbursement Covered Persons” includes all CoveredPersons involved, directly or in a supervisory role, in the preparation or submission of claims for reimbursement from, or cost reports to, any Federal health care program.3.
“Clinical Quality Covered Persons” includes all Covered Personsinvolved in the delivery of patient care items or services at Parkland or involved inquality assurance or the monitoring of clinical quality at Parkland.
CORPORATE INTEGRITY OBLIGATIONS
Parkland shall establish and maintain a Compliance Program that includes thefollowing elements:A.
Compliance Management and Oversight1.
. Parkland has appointed a Chief ComplianceOfficer (Compliance Officer). Parkland shall maintain a Compliance Officer for the termof the CIA. The Compliance Officer is, and shall continue to be, responsible for developing and implementing policies, procedures, and practices designed to ensurecompliance with the requirements set forth in this CIA and with Federal health care2
Corporate Integrity AgreementDallas County Hospital District d/b/a Parkland Health and Hospital System