The Health Insurance Portability a Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA) provided, among other things, funding by transfer to the FBI to carry out specific purposes of the Health Care Fraud a Abuse Control Program. There was concern about a shift in FBI resources from health care fraud investigations to counter-terrorism activities after Sept. 11, 2001. This report reviews FBIAis accountability for the funds transferred under HIPAA for FY2000 through 2003. The report determined: (1) whether FBI had an adequate approach for ensuring the proper use of the HIPAA transfers; a (2) the extent to which FBI had expended these transferred funds on health care fraud investigations in FY2000 through 2003. Includes recommendations. Charts a tables.Period of Military Service a Persons who indicated in question 1 7a that they had served on active duty (civilian ... veterans) or were now on active duty were asked to report the total number of years of active-duty service in question 1 7c.
|Title||:||Federal Bureau of Investigation|
|Author||:||Linda M. Calbom|
|Publisher||:||DIANE Publishing - 2008-05-01|