A PRIVATE-PUBLIC PARTNERSHIP AGAINST HEALTH CARE FRAUD
The AHFI® Exam is based on the following areas as established by the comprehensive analysis conducted in 2018. Additional information, including a detailed outline of study topics, are available once applications are accepted.
The Exam is based on your experience as an investigator in a SIU and not memorization of key facts.
Continuing Educational Credits
Candidates are required to submit the following 2 references:
Applications are reviewed by the Accreditation Committee. This process will take approximately three (3) weeks. There may be a delay in processing during especially busy times, i.e. the lead up to ATC.
Accepted/ Not Accepted – applicants will receive an email from NHCAA informing them of acceptance status.
NHCAA’s uses Kryterion Inc. to facilitate all AHFI® exams. Testing will be available throughout the year at remote locations or online. To take the exam online you must have a camera and administrator rights to your computer to install the testing program. You can take the exam on a personal device. For more information on remote testing please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
No exams will be administered in-person at any NHCAA educational events.
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Below is an itemization of pricing related to AHFI®.
NHCAA offers membership categories for health insurers, governmental entities, and other companies and organizations that support the NHCAA Mission, as well as individuals, who want to join us in the fight against health care fraud.
National Health Care Anti-Fraud Association Headquarters
1220 L Street, NW, Suite 815 | Washington, DC 20005 | Phone: 202.659.5955 | Fax: 202.785.6764