Public Notice to Glens Falls Hospital Suppliers, Contractors, Vendors and Guests

Compliance with Fraud and Abuse Laws

The Federal Deficit Reduction Act of 2005 and Section 4 of Chapter 442 of the 2006 Laws of New York (collectively the “Fraud Laws”) require Glens Falls Hospital (Hospital) to establish and to maintain provider compliance programs that prevent and detect fraud, waste and abuse. It is imperative that Hospital employees and business partners (suppliers, contractors, vendors, agents) know and understand the Fraud Laws, specifically, without limitation, provisions dealing with false claims, whistleblower protections and Hospital policies for detecting and preventing fraud, waste and abuse. Copies of the policies can be viewed here:

Conflict of Interest

View and download the Albany Med Health System Conflict of Interest policy (PDF). Those individuals who suspect they may have a potential COI should report it as soon as possible utilizing the appropriate form:

Complete the COI Disclosure Form if you have not completed the COI Disclosure Form for Albany Med Health System within the preceding 12 months.
Complete the COI Change of Circumstance Form if you have completed COI Disclosure Form for Albany Med Health System within the preceding 12 months and you would like to update information already submitted

The following documents will facilitate completion of the COI Disclosure Form and the COI Change of Circumstance Form:

Helpful Hints

COI Disclosure Form Questions

COI Change in Circumstance Questions


Employees, business partners, Board members and Volunteers, are required to report any compliance concerns.

Reports can be made by the following methods:

  • Via our anonymous Fraud and Compliance Hotline (518) 264-TiPP (8477)
  • Via our anonymous Fraud and Compliance Hotline Form
  • Via postal mail to:
    • Glens Falls Hospital
      Audit and Compliance Department
      Attn: Compliance Officer
      100 Park Street
      Glens Falls, NY 12801