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  • 1. Conflict of Interest A conflict of interest exists when you have a professional obligation to UT Southwestern Medical Center that might be compromised by the pursuit of outside interests
  • 2. Outside Interests Include
    • Professional Activities
    • Personal Financial Interests
    • Acceptance of Gifts from Third Parties
  • 3.
    • The Texas Legislature has adopted the following standards of conduct for state employees
    • A state employee should not:
  • 4.
    • Accept or solicit any gift, favor, or service that might reasonably appear to influence the employee while performing their official duties
    • Gifts can include food, tickets to entertainment activities, expenses for a trip, or payment for educational purposes
  • 5.
    • Accept other employment or engage in a business/professional activity that would require or induce the employee to disclose UT Southwestern’s confidential information during the course of this employment or engagement
  • 6.
    • Accept other outside or dual employment or compensation that could reasonably be expected to impair the employee’s independence of judgment in the performance of the employee’s UT Southwestern’ duties
  • 7.
    • Make personal investments that could reasonably create a substantial conflict between the employee’s private interest and your public interest
  • 8.
    • Intentionally or knowingly solicit, accept or agree to accept any benefit for performing your UT Southwestern duties in favor of another
  • 9.
    • How has UT Southwestern Medical Center followed the State guidance?
  • 10.
    • Implementation of a UT Southwestern Medical Center policy, “Relationship of UT Southwestern Facility, Trainees and Staff with Those Who Provide Biomedical, Scientific, or Pharmaceutical Goods or Services Policy;” and revision of the University Hospital Vendor/Service Representatives policy, # 3-450
  • 11. New Rules Regarding Vendors/Sales Representatives
    • DO:
    • Get Vendors Credentialed with VendorClear
    • Vendors/Sales Reps Only Visit by Appointment
    • Vendors/Sales Reps Sign-in and Get Badged
    • Stop Vendors/Sales Reps Without Badges
    • Allowable Items for Patients (e.g. baby items, glucometers, test strips, urinary catheters, formula)
  • 12. New Rules Regarding Vendors/Sales Representatives
    • DON’T’s:
    • Accept Any Gifts
    • Accept Food
    • Accept Payment for:
      • Travel
      • Education
    • Allow Contact with Students, Residents, and Fellows
    • Allow Vendor Promotional Materials in Public Areas