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Protecting Your Practice From Fraud – Seminar Announcement

Protecting your practice:  Deterring fraud in your organization

The best way to stop fraud at your practice? Keep it from starting in the first place. Fraud is more common than you might think, so taking preventive measures is key.

Addressing Employee Fraud Issues

Mark DeBroux, practice management consultant with Schenck, will discuss how employee fraud can impact a health care organization, identify common areas where fraud can occur, and suggest methods to prevent and detect fraud. Mark will provide you with practical information on:

  • How fraud schemes are commonly perpetrated
  • How to identify “red flags” of fraudulent behavior
  • How to put proper procedures in place to deter fraud, including segregating job duties
  • How employee fraud in the health care area can impact your organization
  • How to detect risk areas where fraud may occur
  • How to address fraud when it occurs

How To Develop A Compliance Program

Health care attorney John Fisher of Ruder Ware will discuss government fraud enforcement and how to develop a systematic program to deter health care fraud in your organization. John is certified in health care compliance and in corporate compliance and ethics and will provide valuable insights into:

  • What is involved in creating a compliance program
  • How smaller providers can meet their mandatory compliance obligations
  • What policies are normally included within a compliance program
  • Setting up a compliance structure that works for your organization
  • How to budget for your compliance efforts

Visit the following link for further information and to register.  Health Care Practice Management Seminar Series

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John H. Fisher

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