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Conflict of Interest Disclosure


OSHP Board of Directors and Committee Chairs (collectively “Representatives”) are responsible for the direction of the business and professional affairs of OSHP. By accepting the duties and responsibilities associated with each Representative’s position within OSHP, each Representative is expected to act only and at all times in the best interest of the organization and its membership. OSHP’s interest must prevail over individual interests and influences so that conflicts of interest are minimized and that information gained through service to OSHP is not used to one’s personal benefit or to the benefit of any conflicting third party.


Therefore, there is a professional obligation to provide advanced written disclosure to OSHP of any actual or perceived conflicts of interest (financial or otherwise) that may (1) bias or influence the individual’s decision making regarding a program, policy, or activity under consideration by OSHP, or (2) create an unfair competitive advantage for any individual person, outside organization, or third party. A Representative with a conflict of interest or bias shall not vote on matters where the conflict or bias is applicable and shall not participate in discussions as advocates on matters affecting their own interests at Board and/or committee meetings. A continuing conflict that cannot be resolved through abstinence in voting or participation in discussions may best be resolved by the Representative considering resignation from the OSHP position.


The OSHP Board of Directors and Committee Chairs shall complete the Conflict of Interest Declaration Form annually. Disclosure is a continuing obligation, and in addition to the annual completion of this form, the Board will be kept updated of any changes or new information that was not previously disclosed.

Approved 2-13. Reviewed 8-18.


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