PPS Compliance Hotline for Reporting Compliance Issues

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BPHC depends on compliance from each PPS member, so it is important to establish a way to hold members accountable for non-compliant activities. Our PPS now has a compliance hotline, first described in a bulletin released on March 25, to receive complaints of fraud, waste, abuse, or any compliance issue related to BPHC activities. The compliance hotline number is 1-855-813-7351, and it is possible to report compliance issues online at www.bphc.ethicspoint.com. It is also possible to report a compliance issue anonymously, regardless of the method used to report it.

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