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Health Care Fraud Prevention and
Enforcement Action Team Provider Compliance Training

Videos and Audio Podcasts

These free videos and audio podcasts (averaging about four minutes each) cover major health care fraud and abuse laws, the basics of health care compliance programs, and what to do when a compliance issue arises. This is part of the OIG's award-winning Health Care Fraud Prevention and Enforcement Action Team (HEAT) Provider Compliance Training initiative.

HEAT Provider Compliance Training Videos and Audio Podcasts

Webcast

Are you interested in learning about the fundamentals of health care compliance? Do you know what to do when a compliance issue arises?

View the May 18, 2011 HEAT Provider Compliance Training Webcast: select from 16 individual modules.

Presentation Materials

All files below are PDF, which require Acrobat Reader This link exits the Office of Inspector General Web site.

About the Training

OIG's provider compliance training initiative is an outgrowth of the HHS/DOJ Health Care Fraud Prevention and Enforcement Action Team's ("HEAT") efforts. In Spring 2011, OIG and its government partners provided in-person trainings in Houston, Tampa, Kansas City, Baton Rouge, Denver, and Washington, D.C. The trainings focused on the realities of Medicare and Medicaid fraud and the importance of implementing an effective compliance program. View the webcast and hear our three-pronged message about provider compliance.

  • Get the Facts. Understand the law and the consequences of violating it.
  • Make a Plan. Cultivate a culture of compliance within your health care organization.
  • Know Where To Go. Learn what to do when a compliance issue arises.

Disclaimer

These educational materials were current at the time they were published and posted to OIG's Web site. They were prepared as educational resources; they are not intended to create any rights, privileges, or benefits. Although every reasonable effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the information within these materials, the ultimate responsibility for complying with the Federal fraud and abuse laws lies with the provider of services. OIG employees, agents, and staff make no representation, warranty, or guarantee that these compilations of information are error free and will bear no responsibility or liability for the results or consequences of their use. These materials are summaries that explain certain aspects of the Federal fraud and abuse laws, but are not legal documents. The official information is contained in the relevant laws and regulations.

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