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Code of Ethics

Ontrak is defined by a standard of conduct deep-rooted in commitment, confidentiality, and relationships. Ontrak employees are committed to performance improvement and maintaining integrity. Each employee recognizes personal accountability and moral obligation to all customers served—clients, employees, employers, members of the health plans, physicians, organizations, and the public.

Ontrak employees promote the dignity of the health care profession and are committed to practicing the profession with honesty, integrity, and accountability, respecting all laws and refusing to participate in or conceal any unethical, false, fraudulent, or deceptive activity. Our primary commitment is to the health, well-being and safety of members in the OnTrak program. Employees must take appropriate actions, which are consistent with organization policy regarding any instances of incompetent, unethical, illegal, or impaired practice.

  Code of Ethics & Business Conduct 

Committee Charters

Ontrak, Inc.'s Board of Directors has established various committees to assist in discharging its duties. These include an Audit Committee, a Compensation Committee and a Nominations and Governance Committee. The Board has adopted a written charter for each of these committees, which you can view by clicking on the committee name below.

  Audit Committee Charter
  Compensation Committee Charter
  Nominations and Governance Committee Charter

  Ontrak Management Team
  Ontrak Board of Directors