IACA and the European Healthcare Fraud and Corruption Network (EHFCN), a not-for-profit organization based in Belgium, signed a Letter of Understanding on Wednesday that paves the way for closer mutual cooperation in the field of anti-corruption.
This could take the form of, for example, knowledge and expertise exchange, the provision of education and training, and other activities related to preventing and fighting corruption.
In November 2016 IACA delivered a two-part webinar for EHFCN officials. This consisted of a pre-recorded presentation on “The International Anti-Corruption Agenda - a Propaedeutic Course on History, Data, and Facts”, followed by a live question-and-answer session.
EHFCN was founded in 2005. Its members are healthcare and counter fraud organizations from across Europe. The main aim of EHFCN is to work with its member organizations to counter fraud, corruption, and waste and to support them in their work of prevention, detection, investigation, prosecution, and redress.