A PRIVATE-PUBLIC PARTNERSHIP AGAINST HEALTH CARE FRAUD
Clinical laboratory schemes have resulted in billions of dollars of improper payments and continue to be an area of serious area of concern for fraud, waste, and abuse. The COVID-19 pandemic, which relies on diagnostic testing for identification of the virus, management of disease, and the provision of safe work environments and overall public health has only heightened both emerging and continued fraud. This session will update participants on clinical laboratory schemes over the past year. Review the unique laboratory regulatory environment, testing methods, highlight red flags, questionable business ventures, and possible resources and steps that could be taken to mitigate risks.
Owner, Ilex Consulting
Webinar programs are most appropriate for beginning and mid-career analysts, investigators, consultants, and law enforcement agents working in the health care anti-fraud industry.
As a level II, or intermediate program, some investigative / health care / coding expertise is assumed. Training content is focused on the detection and investigative processes, using case examples to highlight strategy and techniques.
There are no pre-requisite requirements to attend webinar programs.
All webinars are approved by: NHCAA for 1.5 CPEs and NASBA for 1.5 CPEs
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NASBA Field of Study: Specialized Knowledge & Applications
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