This quarterly Counter Fraud newsletter has been designed to highlight topical areas of fraud within the NHS and raise awareness of why we need to combat it effectively. By giving interesting case examples, this newsletter will help you to identify what fraud is and offers the correct reporting lines if you suspect fraud is occurring within your organisation.
This report shares the best practice identified as a result of our reviews of Policy Monitoring across a number of clients. The policies reviewed were Complaints, Mandatory Training and IT Access although some of the findings are applicable to policy monitoring more generally.
This year we undertook a client-wide shared learning project with @AuditYorkshire focusing on recruitment in the NHS (which always features highly in Assurance Frameworks). The summary report is available now – click on the picture below.
Our fourth and final briefing as part of Fraud Awareness Month is a reminder that scams can be targeted at anyone and we all need to be vigilant at all times. It includes links to three simple checks you can undertake to test your preparedness. Click on the image below to read the briefing.
The third of our briefings supporting Fraud Awareness Month is now available, this week raising awareness of some simple do’s and don’ts.
Click on the image below to view the document.
As well as being out and about across client locations raising awareness of fraud, our Counter Fraud Team has produced the second of our weekly articles about common frauds, this week focusing on Cyber security. Click on the picture below to read the document.