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New Fraud, Waste, and Abuse Policy for Hospitals and Health Systems

April 09, 2024 (3 min read)

Let LexisNexis Practical Guidance – Healthcare continue to assist you as your healthcare organization clients build their compliance programs by using this newest template policy and procedure. Establish guidelines to prevent, detect, and respond to instances of fraud, waste, and abuse at your client’s organization. Emphasize a proactive approach to prevention using effective detection techniques. Ensure a strong reporting process through which your client can create a culture of compliance and integrity.

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