100043 – Preventing Fraud, Waste, and Abuse
Preventing Fraud, Waste, and Abuse introduces employees to fraudulent, wasteful, and abusive behaviors.
The course provides an overview on understanding what fraud, waste, and abuse are and the common ways they can occur. It also includes information on how to recognize red flags associated with fraud, waste, and abuse and empowers employees to speak up if they witness or suspect fraud, waste, or abuse.
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Key Terms: Anti-Kickback Statute | beneficiary issues | billing | brand-name drugs | claim forms | corrective action | damages | excessive use | False Claims Act (FCA) | federal health care program exclusions | fines | generic-name drugs | Health Care Fraud Statute | Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) | manufacturer issues | medical records | non-retaliation | pharmacy issues | provider issues | red flags | reporting | sponsor issues | Stark Statute (Physician Self-Referral Law) | unbundling codes | upcoding | waste | wholesaler issues