Conflict of Interest
New York University School of Medicine
Service Related COI Grade:
Policy absent or unlikely to have substantial impact
"V. CONFLICT OF INTEREST SITUATIONS
The following list of situations is not intended to be all-inclusive. Rather, it is provided as examples of situations that would give rise to a Conflict of Interest and which would require disclosure, evaluation and management in accordance with this policy. In case of uncertainty as to whether or not a conflict of interest exists, each Responsible Person should make disclosure of any potential conflict of interest as provided in this Policy.
A. A Responsible Person or Immediate Family has a Material Interest in an entity that proposes to enter into a Contract with the Medical Center.
B. A Responsible Person, or an entity in which a Responsible Person or Immediate Family has a Material Interest, competes with the Medical Center, or solicits employees of the Medical Center for a competing purpose. (For purposes of this policy, a member of the Medical Staff who provides professional services not otherwise prohibited by his/her employment contract or other Medical Center policies is not in competition with the Medical Center.)
C. AResponsiblePersonwithauthorityformakingorrecommendingpurchasesof goods or services on behalf of the Medical Center recommends a vendor in which the Responsible Person or Immediate Family has a Material Interest.
D. A Responsible person with authority for selecting or recommending contractors on behalf of the Medical Center recommends a contractor in which the Responsible Person or Immediate Family has a Material Interest.
E. A Responsible Person solicits or accepts a gift, favor or anything of monetary value from an entity, contractor or vendor, or other persons with whom the Medical Center has a business relationship, including patients, volunteers and co-workers, except as permitted by the Medical Center’s Policy on Acceptance of Gifts by Employees and Staff.
F. A Responsible Person proposes that the Medical Center hire or contract with the Responsible Person’s Immediate Family for a position or activity that is within the supervision or control of the Responsible Person.
G. A Responsible Person discloses or uses non-public information obtained in the course of discharging his/her duties and responsibilities at the Medical Center to his/her personal advantage."
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