Education & Training Opportunities

NHCAA has a wide variety of training opportunities for both member and non-member* participants. Visit the links below to explore which opportunities would best serve you and your organizationsí training needs. View all of our offerings on our  Year At A Glance webpage or check your NHCAA training transcript.

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In-Person National Education & Training Series (NETS) Programs
The In-Person NETS Programs offer unique networking opportunities, direct access to expert faculty and a mix of specialized and broad health care anti-fraud topics. Held throughout the U.S., participants can attend a single program or chose a set of related programs to best fit training needs.
Distance Learn Online National Education & Training Series (NETS) Programs
These programs are a cost-effective way to train an individual or an entire SIU team. Topics include critical health care fraud investigatory skills as well as specific specialty scheme information.
Audio Audio Conference Series - Members Only
NHCAA's Audio Conference Series address industry issues, emerging schemes and unique skills and they are free to Member Organizations & Law Enforcement Liaisons and available for a small fee to Individual Members. Individuals in these membership categories should use the link above to access additional audio information; remember, to view the page you must be logged into our website!

For more information on becoming a member and participating in these calls, visit our membership webpage.
Graph Distance Learning for Investigators
These cost-effective alternatives to live training are self-paced and are designed to be completed individually, not as a group.

Distance Learning for Providers
These cost-effective compliance programs are geared to providers looking to educate themselves or their staff on fraud issues. The programs are self-paced and are designed to be completed individually, not as a group.

Note, audio and/or video recordings of NHCAA's programs, in-person, online or over the phone, are not allowed.

*Non-Member participants must occupy a professional position with: a private for-profit or not-for-profit health care reimbursement organization, a local, state or federal law enforcement, prosecutorial, a regulatory agency or in a professional disciplinary organization. All registrations will be reviewed to ensure these eligibility requirements are met. If you are not in one of these positions, but wish to attend, please email us at: training@nhcaa.org.