Why work with a NATHO firm?
All NATHO members must adhere to a written Code of Ethics that covers relationships between clients, physician providers, and other Travel Healthcare firms.
When a complaint has been received a hearing takes place. If it is determined that the NATHO’s Code of Ethics has been violated, several reprimands are possible, such as sanctions and even termination of NATHO’s membership.
In addition, NATHO provides an Arbitration Committee to settle disputes between member companies when monetary jurisdiction is involved. Although all NATHO members agree to participate in the process, arbitration is not binding, and parties may still seek a remedy through the legal system. However, if a dispute does end in a lawsuit, often the winner of the NATHO arbitration enters the courtroom with an influential decision from its peers in the industry.