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Earn up to 24 credit hours toward AHFI® Accreditation
Annual Training Conference: 16 credit hours
Optional Pre-Conference Half-Day Workshops: additional 4 hours.
Optional Pre-Conference Full-Day Workshops: additional 8 hours

All Continuing Education Professional (CPE) hours earned through the NHCAA Institute Programs are applicable to the training requirements for professional designation by the National Health Care Anti-Fraud Association (NHCAA) as an Accredited Health Care Fraud Investigator (AHFI®). To maintain accreditation, AHFIs must earn at least 60 approved CPE hours, including 36 from the NHCAA Institute, during each 3-year period following initial accreditation. For more information on AHFI® Accreditation, upcoming test dates, and to apply, please visit www.nhcaa.org/AHFI, or contact NHCAA via email at training@nhcaa.org.

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The NHCAA Institute for Health Care Fraud Prevention 2012 Annual Training Conference has been approved by the American Academy of Professional Coders for 15.5 Continuing Education Units. The NHCAA Pre-Conference program Fraud Schemes Cradle to Grave has been approved by the American Academy of Professional Coders for 6.0 Continuing Education Units.

Granting of the approval in no way constitutes endorsement by the Academy of the program, content or any program sponsor.

Sit for the AHFI Exam at the Annual Training Conference

Exam Date: Friday, November 16 | 12:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. (paper exam)
Application Deadline: October 22, 2012

To request the AHFI Application for Accreditation kit, please email us at training@nhcaa.org with your complete contact information.

Meet Ethics Training Needs with NHCAA's Health Care Fraud Investigator Ethics Seminar
Friday, November 16, 8:45 a.m. - 10:45 a.m.

Two premier health care anti-fraud compliance instructors lead a 2-hour seminar on professional and investigative ethics for the health care fraud investigator. The program will combine lecture with group discussion and focus on practical ethical challenges faced by investigators in the areas of evidence, interviewing, professional and business activities, privacy, as well as review legal and regulatory requirements. This course is designed to meet the American Certified Fraud Examiner CFE ethics training requirement.

Please continue to check this website as more credit opportunities are announced as the program develops.

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