Reporting Fraud

It is the policy of FCC Behavioral Health (FCC) that employees, volunteers, or other stakeholders may not participate in fraud, abuse, waste or resources or other wrongdoing, whether illegal or unethical. Employees are encouraged to report any suspicion or evidence in the aforementioned areas to his/her immediate supervisor, the Chief Administrative Officer (CAO), The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) or the Chief Compliance Officer. FCC shall uphold a “no reprisal” concept for employees and volunteers in reporting suspected incidents of questionable activities and practices. A “no reprisal” system simply means that employees shall not be subject to any retaliation, penalties, confrontation, or any other type of consequences for making a report. 
  
How To Report Fraud, Waste, Abuse, Or Overpayments
 
FCC's Corporate Compliance Hotline.  You can also report potential fraud, waste or abuse using the FCC Corporate Compliance hotline.  The hotline is available 24 hours a day, seven (7) days a week, and callers can remain anonymous.  All calls will be investigated and will remain confidential.
 
The National Benefit Integrity Medicare Drug Integrity Contract (NBI MEDIC).  You can call the NBI MEDIC at1-877-7SafeRx (1-877-772-3379) to report complaints about fraud, waste or abuse in Medicare Part C or Part D.
 
State Medicaid Regulatory Agencies.  You can report potential fraud, waste or abuse in Medicaid directly to the State Medicaid Agency or to other designated state regulatory agencies with oversight over Medicaid fraud, waste and abuse. The state-specific contact information for reporting fraud, waste and abuse is available at:  http://mmac.mo.gov/fraud/report-fraud/
 
The U.S. Department of Health & Human Services Office of Inspector General.  You can report potential fraud in all federal health care programs, including Medicare, Medicaid & SCHIP, to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Office of Inspector General.
 
 
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