Welcome to the latest issue of our e-newsletter, which provides a round-up of news from the NHS Counter Fraud Authority (NHSCFA). We hope you find it interesting and useful.
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We are delighted to present a guest article from Helen Vernon, Chief Executive of NHS Resolution, who talks about the fraud risks faced by her organisation and the work they do to tackle fraud. Read more…
Read about what we achieved and how we used our resources from our establishment on 1 November 2017 to 31 March 2018, in the NHSCFA’s first annual report. Read more…
The nationwide campaign by NHS England and the NHS Business Services Authority aims to help people understand their eligibility for free prescriptions. Read more…
David Dixon, Information Analytics Lead, provides an insight into the world of information analytics at the NHSCFA. Read more…
We are seeking an exceptional individual with significant experience of working at a senior level in the public or private sector. The successful candidate will lead the NHSCFA’s communications, digital and IT functions. The closing date is 23 September 2018. Read more…
If you’re interested in working with us, please keep an eye on our vacancies on NHS Jobs.
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Report NHS fraud
It’s bad if someone commits fraud against the NHS, but the good news is that you can do something about it. If you have any suspicions or concerns about fraud, bribery or corruption affecting the NHS, you can report them to us, in confidence, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
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