The Board of Directors at Cerner has the responsibility to oversee management for the benefit of its owners, the shareholders. Corporate governance is one of the most important ways the Board carries out those oversight duties. The Board and management recognize the importance of responsibly addressing the interests of shareholders, clients, associates, partners and suppliers.
The Board is also committed to meeting all responsibilities of the Company’s business and affairs consistent with the highest principles of business ethics, and meeting the corporate governance requirements of both federal law and the NASDAQ market.
Please review the following documents detailing our commitment to sound corporate governance:
You may report any unlawful or unethical situation via Cerner’s Ethics Hotline, which is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The phone number (or website address, if applicable) for accessing the Ethics Hotline from your country can be found here. Cerner’s Ethics Hotline is confidential, except as needed to conduct a full, fair investigation. You may remain anonymous if you choose, except where restricted by local law. Due to local privacy laws in certain countries and the European Union, the Ethics Hotline may permit only specific types of calls, such as financial, accounting, auditing and bribery related offenses or offenses committed by company executives or persons with a management role. In those countries, contact an HR Partner (only for Cerner associates) or the Cerner Legal Group (for any others) to report other issues. All reports of unlawful or unethical conduct will be investigated promptly.
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The Board of Directors at Cerner has the responsibility to oversee management for the benefit of its owners, the shareholders. Corporate governance is one of the most important ways the Board carries out those oversight duties.
We believe we have a responsibility to our clients, associates, shareholders and the communities in which we operate to conduct our business in a manner that promotes good corporate, social and environmental governance.