Published on 2/16/2017 by “NHCAA”
Earlier this month, NHCAA distributed the Association's 2016 Annual Report highlighting the past year's successes and accomplishments, confirming once again that the Association provides our members, partners, and the industry as a whole with a range of effective resources to improve and strengthen the fight against health care fraud.
Published on 11/28/2016 by “NHCAA”
At NHCAA’s recent Annual Training Conference in Atlanta, the association’s Member Organizations voted to approve its 2017 slate of Board of Directors. Richard “Rick” Munson of UnitedHealthcare was elected as the 2017 Board of Directors Chairperson.
Published on 11/15/2016 by “NHCAA”
NHCAA has released a new issue brief titled "What the Data Reveals: The Evolution of Information Sharing in the Fight Against Health Care Fraud," that offers a bit of history of the role that information sharing has played in NHCAA's development and in the anti-fraud profession, followed by a glimpse of where it's headed next. The paper examines the recent development of the Healthcare Fraud Prevention Partnership (HFPP).
Published on 8/21/2012 by “NHCAA”
Make sure to budget adequate travel dollars for training and travel to take advantage of NHCAA's educational programs. Member Organizations and Law Enforcement Liaisons receive up to two tuition-free seats per individual NETS program.
Published on 4/25/2016 by “NHCAA”
CMS recently issued a proposed rule intended to make program integrity enhancements to the provider enrollment processes under Medicare, Medicaid and CHIP. NHCAA submitted a comment letter in support of these proposed regulations.
Published on 3/28/2016 by “NHCAA”
CMS recently issued a proposed rule to implement changes to the Qualified Entity Program, established by the ACA and expanded by the Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act of 2015 (MACRA). The rule would allow qualified entities (which are certified by CMS to access Medicare, Medicaid and CHIP claims data to conduct combined analyses with other claims data) to provide or sell data and analyses to “authorized users.” Health insurers would be considered authorized users under the health i...