Epic Systems Corporation publishes the following Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking Statement on behalf of Epic Systems Corporation and its subsidiaries (“Epic”):
We are a healthcare technology company that currently partners with organizations in 13 countries to improve healthcare and reduce costs.
Our Modern Slavery Policy and Due Diligence
Doing good is at the heart of Epic’s philosophy, and we are fundamentally opposed to slavery and human trafficking. We do not do business knowingly with any organization engaging in these activities.
Our business sector is generally considered to have a low risk of enabling slavery and human trafficking. We provide our products and services directly to customers, so our use of subcontractors who could have slavery or human trafficking in their supply chains is minimal.
Our staff are trained to follow company-wide reporting processes to report behavior that is abusive, discriminatory, illegal, or otherwise violates company policies.
This statement is made pursuant to section 54(1) of the Modern Slavery Act 2015 and constitutes Epic’s modern slavery and human trafficking statement for the financial year ending December 31, 2020.
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Epic Systems Corporation
Last Updated: January 2020