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Annual Training Conference (ATC) November 18-21, 2014

Published on 5/22/2013 by “NHCAA”

The NHCAA Institute for Health Care Fraud Prevention's Annual Training Conference (ATC) is NHCAA's premiere annual event, recognized industry-wide as the nation's leading health care anti-fraud forum. Attend the ATC and participate in Pre-Conference workshops, keynote sessions, and over 70 individual sessions designed to provide the latest tools and techniques for fighting health care fraud.

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2015 NETS Programming Now Available Online!

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.

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Recruiting 2015 NETS Faculty

Published on 9/29/2014 by “NHCAA”

The NHCAA Institute for Health Care Fraud Prevention is now accepting abstracts for the 2015 NETS programs. Deadline to submit abstracts is January 22, 2015.

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NHCAA CEO Testifies Before Senate Committee

Published on 3/26/2014 by “NHCAA”

On March, 26, NHCAA CEO Louis Saccoccio testified at a Senate Special Committee on Aging hearing titled, "Preventing Medicare Fraud: How Can We Best Protect Seniors and Taxpayers?" Mr. Saccoccio was joined by four other witnesses and devoted the majority of his comments to discussing the importance of anti-fraud information sharing.

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2013 NHCAA Annual Report

Published on 4/9/2013 by “NHCAA”

Because of the support of our members, NHCAA experienced another exciting year of accomplishments and advancements as demonstrated in our 2013 Annual Report. We strive to continuously improve our service to our members and to champion the integrity of our nation's health care system.

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HHS-OIG Reports

Published on 3/13/2014 by “NHCAA”

The Department of Health and Human Service, Office of Inspector General has released two recent reports - the first report is titled, "Less Than Half of Part D Sponsors Voluntarily Reported Data on Potential Fraud and Abuse."

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