How to Become a Partner
- Public sector – Representatives of government healthcare programs such as the Medicare and Medicaid programs, and other federal, state or local government organizations that the Secretary of HHS and the Attorney General (or their designees) may identify who can provide relevant data that can be aggregated and used by the Partnership.
- Private sector –Non-governmental organizations, health insurers, delivery systems, and other appropriate entities with relevant data that can be aggregated and used by the Partnership for healthcare fraud detection and prevention. This includes, but is not limited to, private healthcare payers and associations or other organizations that the Secretary of HHS and the Attorney General, or their designees may identify.
How to Join
- New partner organizations are required to sign a Memorandum of Understanding, a non-binding document that describes the purpose and objectives of the HFPP as well as the roles, responsibilities, and expectations of each Partner organization.
- New partners who wish to submit data and participate in HFPP studies must execute a Data Sharing Agreement (DSA). The DSA sets expectations for security and privacy safeguards and conditions under which data is submitted, aggregated, shared, and reported.
If you would like to learn more about joining the Partnership or to request an informational meeting, please send an email to TTP@gdit.com.
See a current list of HFPP Members.