Medicare/Medicaid Fraud Waste and Abuse Consulting Services

Medicare/Medicaid Fraud Waste and Abuse Background

Fraud Waste and Abuse affects anyone who provide health or administrative services to Medicare or Medicaid enrollees or who receive payments from the Medicare/Medicaid system.. These organizations must develop a formal compliance program to detect, correct, report, and prevent fraud, waste and abuse in the organization and a compliance training program to establish fundamental expectations for compliance, disclosure, transparency, and quality of care when working with the Medicare/Medicaid system and its enrollees.

Fraud Waste and Abuse (FWA) Compliance

FWA Compliance consists of the following seven core elements as described by CMS:

  • Policies & Procedures
  • Oversight and Administration
  • Training
  • Risk, Audit & Monitoring
  • Sanctions
  • Mitigation
  • Communications

Organizations that work with CMS including healthcare providers, pharmacies, etc are required to have a full FWA Compliance program in place. Seeking professional consulting helps ease the burden of achieving this compliance.

Fraud Waste and Abuse (FWA) Consulting Services can help with all your Fraud Waste and Abuse compliance needs. We are a full service Fraud Waste and Abuse compliance consulting shop.

A sampling of our services include:

  • Customized On-Site Training
  • Customized Training over the Web
  • Fraud Waste and Abuse Compliance Consulting
  • Outsourced Fraud Waste and Abuse Compliance Officer
  • Fraud Waste and Abuse Audits and Risk Assessments

Contact Us

Give us a call at (512) 402-5963 or send us an email at and we'll be happy to discuss your specific project or training needs.

Other Trainings Available

HIPAA Training

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HR Training

Human resources and workplace training and compliance including sexual harassment and diversity, hazmat, customer service, safety training, management training, etc.


OSHA Bloodborne Pathogen Training

Training and compliance for the U.S. OSHA Occupational Exposure to Bloodborne Pathogens standard (29 CFR 1910.1030) which protects workers against the health hazards from exposure to blood and other potentially infectious materials.

hazard communications training

OSHA Hazard Communications Training

Training and compliance for the U.S. OSHA Hazard Communication Standard (29 CFR 1910.1200) which specifies that when hazardous chemicals are present in the workplace, employees have a right to know about the risks involved with storing and handling such substances.


Infection Control Training

Training around preventing and minimizing the spread of healthcare related infections such as those in hospitals or other human or animal healthcare facilities.


Sexual Harassment Training

Because of its prevalence and damaging affects to an organization's productivity, morale, and culture, employers must try and actively prevent and eliminate sexual harassment in their organization.