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Dear colleague, 

The NHS Counter Fraud Authority (NHSCFA) was launched on 1 November last year with a remit to lead the fight against fraud, bribery and corruption in the NHS.

Here is a round-up of recent news about our work. This will become a regular e-newsletter delivering news about NHS fraud and counter fraud work straight to your mailbox.We hope you will find this a useful resource. We’d be very keen to hear from you if you have any comments or suggestions – please just hit ‘reply’, any feedback will really help us as we develop your NHSCFA e-newsletter.

We hope you will find this a useful resource. We’d be very keen to hear from you if you have any comments or suggestions – please just hit ‘reply’, any feedback will really help us as we develop your NHSCFA e-newsletter.

 

NHSCFA sets priorities for 2018-19 in business plan

Priorities were identified through evaluation of available intelligence on fraud threats in the NHS. 

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Guy’s Hospital locksmith jailed for defrauding NHS of nearly £600,000

6-year prison sentence following action by the NHS Counter Fraud Authority.

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NHSCFA recovers £11,000 from CEO and husband

Former NHS chief executive Paula Vasco-Knight and her husband are ordered to pay back over £11,000 they defrauded together to the NHS.
Richard Rippin, NHSCFA Head of Operations, commented on the sentencing in the video below.

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This video is also available to download in MP4 format.


 

What does a good counter fraud service look like?

Fiona McIlwraith, Quality and Compliance Lead at the NHSCFA, answers some central questions about our quality assurance work. 

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