The Core and Principles of Biovalys Code of Conduct

Biovalys is dedicated to conducting business through good business ethics for transparency and confidence in dealing with business partner, to create a good co-operation with government in order to prevent corruption and leverage country development to international level.

TRUST is the core of Biovalys Code of Conduct. With the purpose of building TRUST, Biovalys adhere to four principles; CARE, FAIRNESS, SINCERITY, HONOR

Principle 1: CARE
Committed to provide the safest products to our customers – all our products are time tested and clinically proven.
1.1 INNOVATION
Focused to improve he global health by providing innovative products and services, by setting the highest ethical, scientific and medical standards.
1.2 VALUE
Committed to providing the high-quality products will be made to comply with the requirements defined by the WHO and National Regulatory Authorities.

Principle 2: FAIRNESS
We seek to outperform our competition fairly and honestly. We seek competitive advantages through superior performance, never though unethical or illegal business practices.
2.1 INTEGRITY
Our value of integrity is about how we expect highest ethical behaviors of ourselves and others.
2.2 RESPONSIBILITY
Be accountable is about taking ownership, prioritizing work that supports our strategy and delivering what we promise.

Ethics Education Resources

Anti-Corruption Action Center Ministry of Public Health has launched the guidelines on ethical criteria for procurement and promotion of drugs and non-drug medical supplies. Please see the current edition as below

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For additional anti-corruption measures, kindly please visit the website of Anti-Corruption Action Center as link below

Principle 3: SINCERITY
Ensure the highest standard of personal and professional integrity, honesty and ethical communication with government authorities, healthcare professionals, patients and other stake holders.
3.1 SPEAKING UP
Being accountable for concerns and issues that we spot by reporting or telling someone. It also includes recognizing someone when they do something worthy of praise and sharing great ideas that benefit everyone.
3.2 TRANSPARENCY
All promotional contents must be accurate, scientifically sound, objective, reflect the current state of knowledge and must be consistent with the prescribing information as approved by local regulatory authorities.

Principle 4: HONOR
Our value of honor means supporting colleagues and communities around us, and embracing diversity and individuality, so we can all achieve great things.
4.1 PRIVACY
We respect individual privacy and adheres to applicable data privacy/data protection laws and regulations.
4.2 EDUCATION
We Support the latest advancement in scientific and medical education to the HCPs for the ultimate benefit of patients.

Biovalys is responsible for internal procedure and provides regular training to our staff to implement Code of Conduct completely with good intention and strictly comply with fundamental law of National Anti-Corruption Commission section 176 such as prohibition payment to welfare fund of government hospitals or any donation associated to purchase of those hospitals/institutes.

As of January 4, 2022, the Biovalys Code of Practice Edition 7 replaces the Biovalys Code of Practice Edition 6. Please see the current edition of the Biovalys Code of Conduct below.

Code of conduct TH
Code of conduct EN

Ethics Updates

Anti-Corruption Action Center Ministry of Public Health has compiled the guidelines on ethical criteria for procurement and promotion of drugs and non-drug medical supplies of affiliated agencies under MoPH and published on the website of the Anti-Corruption Action Center Ministry of Public Health as link below

http://www.stopcorruption.moph.go.th/index.php/main/p_detail/page/732

The guidelines on ethical criteria for procurement and promotion of drugs and non-drug medical supplies of affiliated agencies under MoPH is a part of the assessment of MoPH ITA year 2022 and will be presented to the committee of the Thailand Consensus Framework on ethical criteria for procurement and promotion of drug and non-drug medical supplies under the project of APEC Business Ethics for SMEs Initiative.