Ethics, Fraud, Waste And Abuse Compliance Training
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What is Ethics, Fraud, Waste & Abuse
At emPower, we understand that robust training can help you meet the compliance standards of ethics, fraud, waste, and abuse. Whether you work in banking, healthcare or information technology, it’s your obligation to ensure that your staff is trained for dealing with ethical dilemmas. Most importantly, your staff must become aware of the concerned laws and regulations.
For this, emPower has put together a bundle of FWA training courses. The list of courses includes US Foreign corrupt practices act (FCPA), UK Bribery act, and copyright training. Along with this, we also provide online Stark law and red flag rules training as well.
Ethics, Fraud, Waste & Abuse Course Overview
What you will learn
Dealing with ethical dilemmas is a regular part of the job. Meeting the ethical codes set by the industry and your organization is critical for your organization. Meeting these standards is critical for your self-preservation as well. Moreover, federal and state laws require you to put in place systems to address these issues. Undergoing emPower’s ethics, fraud, waste and abuse training can help you achieve these goals.
With emPower’s online training program your staff will get to understand the compliance requirements set by FWA laws and regulations, and develop a better understanding of the standards of disclosure and transparency required under these laws.
Why it is important
Whether it’s Stark law, fraud and abuse laws, or the US Foreign corrupt practices act, many individuals and organizations that violate these laws aren’t unaware of the legal recuprations of their actions. Such cases can be avoided by putting in place healthy and robust ethics fraud waste and abuse training for employees.
As you go through emPower’s Bribery and FWA training courses, you’ll learn what fraud, waste and abuse is. You’ll learn about laws and regulations, and the cost of non-compliance. We’ll also go through the guidance on how to detect, prohibit and deal with instances of bribery, fraud, waste and abuse.
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You should report all activities prohibited under the fraud and abuse laws. This includes issues of conflict of interest, kickbacks, fraud, billing irregularities, and policy violations. If in doubt, you should share the information with your compliance officer, and proceed as per their guidance.
You should consider attending fraud, waste and abuse training. This would help you understand the law. Along with this, go through your company policies on fraud and waste. Also, go through the ethical guidance provided by your compliance officer as well.
To prevent abuse, firstly, you need to put in place a written compliance policy. Then, designate a compliance officer who can respond to complaints of abuse. Thirdly, train your staff, and put in place ongoing fraud, waste and abuse training programs. And lastly, develop a corrective action plan to address reported incidents.