LearnSomething and NACDS Foundation Collaborate to Help Prevent Fraud, Waste and Abuse with Release of New Training Program.
LearnSomething and The National Association of Chain Drug Stores (NACDS) Foundation have jointly developed the program.
The course content was drafted by Don Bell, General Counsel, and Mary Ellen Kleiman, Associate General Counsel, both of the National Association of Chain Drug Stores. They were assisted by contributing course reviewers:
* NACDS Fraud, Waste and Abuse Workgroup * NHCAA - National Health Care Anti-Fraud Association * Gorman Health Group, LLC * John Bettac, Supervisory Special Agent, HHS OIG Office of Investigations * Sharon L.G. Donnelly, AHFI, CFE, Senior Manager, Corporate Compliance, Blue Cross/Blue Shield of Florida * Donna Hoffman, Senior Manager, Corporate Compliance, Health Care Service Corporation
This new training program will provide community pharmacies and others with a valuable and thoroughly vetted anti-FWA training solution. The program has been designed to instruct employees on company policies and procedures intended to ensure compliance with FWA laws and regulations.
After receiving this training, it is expected that employees should be able to:
* Understand obligations for identifying FWA * Identify, prevent, and report FWA * Recognize the penalties for violating FWA laws and guidelines * Understand protections afforded employees when reporting suspected FWA
"This training program can help pharmacists, pharmacy technicians, and others detect and prevent fraud and abuse problems before they result in government investigations and fines," said Don Bell, General Counsel for NACDS. "The program is specifically tailored to help community pharmacy employees address new recommendations issued by CMS, as well as new fraud and abuse requirements that are being added to pharmacy network contracts by Medicare plans."
The on-line training program is designed to be flexible enough to meet the specific training needs of individual companies. The program can be customized to include each individual company's policies and procedures.
The program can be branded to fit within the look and feel of a company's own training programs, including company logos and customized introductions.
One hour of Continuing Pharmacy Education (CPE) credit is available to individuals who successfully complete the more comprehensive "Specialized" version of the training.
For demonstrations of the program and more information, go to http://www.nacdsf.learnsomething.com/
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