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Corporate Compliance Program


The Children’s Mercy Hospital Corporate Compliance Program is a formal program to help prevent and detect violations of laws and regulations. In doing so, the Corporate Compliance department works to protect and enhance the integrity of the Hospital while operating at the highest levels of ethics, integrity and compliance.

The Compliance Program consists of the Compliance Plan and the Code of Conduct.

Compliance Plan

The Children’s Mercy Compliance Plan:

  • Provides resources and support to achieve a Culture of Compliance and Service Excellence;

  • Demonstrates effective communication strategies and methods for reporting compliance concerns;

  • Demonstrates Children’s Mercy’s commitment to training and education to ensure compliance with legal and ethical standards; and

  • Ensures prompt response and resolution of compliance concerns.

Code of Conduct

The Children’s Mercy Code of Conduct outlines the conduct necessary to create a Culture of Compliance and Service Excellence to ensure the highest level and most efficient patient care.

Contact Us

Any Hospital employee, patient/parent or external contact may contact the Audit and Compliance department.
You may contact us through the following methods:

Financial Interest Disclosures


As a recipient of funding for research from the Public Health Service, Children’s Mercy is required to publicly disclose all financial interests held by Senior/Key Personnel that could directly and significantly affect the design, conduct, or reporting of the research.

The following is a list of such disclosures. Children's Mercy has made every attempt to provide accurate and up to date information. Please be aware that the data on this website may differ from information provided by other publicly available sources due to differing reporting requirements.

Currently, Children's Mercy has no disclosures.