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Report any suspicions of corruption to the NHS Counter Fraud Service, urges Ahmer Kunwar.
Fraud in the NHS is a serious problem and takes resources away from patient services. Now in its fourth year, Fraud Awareness Month started yesterday and runs until 9 December.
The NHS Counter Fraud Service (NHS CFS) developed the awareness month to persuade staff, patients and professionals that NHS fraud exists and to encourage them to report instances of suspected fraud. This year local counter fraud specialists have identified and are targeting areas in England and Wales where fraud and corruption awareness might be low and an anti-fraud culture needs to be developed.
During the month, the local specialists will provide …