Healthcare Fraud, Waste, and Abuse 3.0
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Every year the Federal Government reports billions of dollars of Medicare program losses and costs due to fraud, waste, and abuse (FWA). The FBI estimates that healthcare fraud accounts for 3% to 10% of the cost of healthcare in the U.S., which totals up to $75 to $250 billion per year. All individuals or employees of healthcare providers, service and administrative support suppliers, and health plan sponsors, directly or indirectly contracted with the Medicare program, must do their part to prevent, detect, and correct fraud and abuse to Medicare beneficiaries, the Medicare Program, or the Medicare Trust Fund.

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Definitions of health care fraud, waste, and abuse
The major health care fraud, waste and abuse laws, and regulations, corresponding penalties associated with violations, and examples of violations
The role of healthcare entities, employees, and contractors in FWA prevention, detection, and reporting.

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