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This NHS Counter Fraud Course learning outcomes include; Understand the prevention, detection and investigation of fraud within the NHS (National Health Service) and how it should be reported.
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This online course includes all of the 4 lessons above. It is designed to develop the trainees NHS Counter Fraud skills for health and safety compliance in the workplace, providing valuable real-world learning outcomes at a high speed. It's used by individuals, groups and businesses to train their workforce across industries including Care Homes & Domiciliary Care, Hospital Recruitment, among others.
Provided by AGCC Training based in Aberdeen, Scotland, it's accessible at anytime online from an internet connected device at work or home, such as a computer, tablet or smart phone. Teams have access to a highly rated LMS and all successfully completing trainees achieve a Certificate of Completion.—
Our NHS Counter Fraud course is designed to aid you in recognising what fraud is and how to prevent it.
We discuss the policy and operational matters relating to the prevention, corruption, detection and investigation of fraud as well as the management of security in the National Health Service (NHS).
This training resource discusses the prevention of fraud against the NHS. As such fraud causes the tax-payer funding (money) originally intended for benefit of patient care, is manipulated into the pockets of those who it was not intended and did not legitimately earn it.
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Understand the types of medication, contraindications, groups at risk and consent, as well as the management of prescriptions and the supplies of medicines in addition to storage, disposal of medication, as relevant to healthcare or social care industries.