Indian Health and Human Services
Improving Health and Well-Being in American Indian and Alaska Native Communities Through Compliance
Fraud, Waste, & Abuse Trainings
Sometimes the funding for services to AI/AN communities is diverted or misspent through fraud, waste, and abuse. When this happens, resources are taken from the community and put into the pockets of criminals or other bad actors. Understanding the vulnerabilities that could lead to fraud and the associated Federal fraud and abuse laws will increase your organization's resilience and help ensure Federal funds serve your community. Learn more about these vulnerabilities and laws in the trainings below.
Fraud, Waste, and Abuse for Grantees
This course describes fraud, waste, and abuse, as well as grantee responsibilities and whistleblower protections. The course also covers Federal laws, such as the False Claims Act, which applies to grantees. This training is intended for all audiences, specifically compliance officers and staff of organizations that receive Federal grant funds.Take Fraud, Waste, and Abuse for Grantees Training
Fraud, Waste, and Abuse for Health Care Providers
This course describes fraud, waste, and abuse as well as health care providers' responsibilities for preventing and reporting fraud. The course also covers Federal laws, such as the False Claims Act, the Civil Monetary Penalty Law, and the Federal anti-kickback statute, that apply to health care providers. This training is intended for all audiences, specifically compliance officers, compliance staff, and health care providers of health care organizations such as IHS, Tribal, and Urban Indian Health Program facilities.Take Fraud, Waste, and Abuse for Health Care Providers Training