Fraud Assessments

Navigate integrity: empower your oversight with precise ethical metrics.

Practicing on an expired license, falsifying records and signatures, insurance fraud, refusal to treat a patient; patient abuse or abandonment; OSHA violation; failure to make appropriate referrals.

Our essay exam offers a robust means for your regulatory body to gauge the ethical and moral integrity of licensees. By delving into nuanced responses, it assesses not just knowledge but also the depth of ethical reasoning and decision-making skills, providing invaluable insights into individuals' ethical compasses. Through this comprehensive evaluation, your regulatory body can ensure adherence to high ethical standards within the profession, fostering trust and integrity in the industry.
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Benefits of using EBAS to measure your licensees ethics.

Our tool provides a sophisticated means to evaluate licensees' comprehension of fraud, illuminating not just factual knowledge but also their capacity to recognize, prevent, and ethically address fraudulent activities within their professional domains.

EBAS has forged a strategic partnership with an Prometric testing centers who has a nationwide reach, ensuring convenient accessibility for licensees across the United States. This collaboration facilitates seamless administration of our assessments, guaranteeing standardized and reliable evaluation of ethical and professional standards regardless of geographical location.

EBAS prioritizes the integrity and independence of test results by directly reporting them to the regulatory board. This streamlined process ensures transparency and prevents any potential conflicts of interest, reinforcing the credibility of our assessments in upholding ethical standards within the profession.

EBAS has an autonomous scoring panel comprised of individuals with extensive regulatory board experience, ensuring a nuanced understanding of industry standards and ethical considerations. This panel undergoes rigorous calibration processes to maintain consistency and fairness in scoring, guaranteeing that each assessment accurately reflects licensees' ethical competence and aligns with regulatory expectations.

Types of Fraud Assessments

In healthcare, examples of fraud can include:

Healthcare providers may submit claims for procedures, treatments, or services that were never actually performed or administered.

This involves billing for a more expensive procedure or service than what was actually provided (upcoding), or breaking down a bundled service into separate billable components to maximize reimbursement (unbundling).

Healthcare professionals may receive kickbacks or bribes in exchange for referrals, prescribing specific medications, or using particular medical devices or services.

 Providers may falsify medical records or documentation to support fraudulent claims or to conceal improper practices.

These examples illustrate the diverse ways in which fraud can occur within the healthcare industry, ultimately leading to financial losses, compromised patient care, and erosion of trust in the healthcare system.

See a Sample

A chiropractor submitted bills to a patient’s insurance for approximately 85 visits which did not occur. When the patient confronted the chiropractor with these charges the chiropractor admitted the charges were fraudulent. The chiropractor also admitted to creating fake appointments in a hidden calendar on the clinic computer where staff would not see them and be alerted.
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    We have been working with EBAS for the last year, building their ethics essay exams and webinars into the CRDTS CARE dental and dental hygiene remediation and re-education programs. Bradley, and the entire EBAS team, have been extremely helpful in creating new and improved systems that work in our unique environment. We appreciate their guidance as we work together to decide the best course of action for each of our licensees.
    The CRDTS CARE Leadership Team

Testing rubric

EBAS employs a customized and comprehensive grading rubric to accurately assess individuals' readiness to progress.

Scoring of the Ethics and Boundaries Essay examination is based on the relevance and thoroughness of responsesContent and expression of ideas are more heavily weighted in the grading than grammar, punctuation, or spelling.

How to Get Started


Schedule a no-commitment consultation

Contact us to set up a consultation. There's no commitment or contract to sign—this is simply an opportunity for us to guide you through the process and get you set up in our system.

Add EBAS exams to your next disciplinary order

In your next disciplinary order, simply add successful completion of our EBAS essay exams as a condition. Don’t worry about the specifics—we'll provide you with clear language and guidance during the consultation.

Receive the Score Report

Once scoring is complete, EBAS will promptly send you a score report for your records. Utilize this comprehensive data to make informed decisions regarding license reinstatement, probation, or additional training, ensuring that your licensees uphold professional ethical conduct with confidence.
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