According to the reports, the former CFO of the clinic took advantage of his knowledge for his own enrichment. This is the type of employee fraud that happens day in and day out at many organizations. The CFO can allegedly set up several accounts with his name and deposited any unspent money into his account which he actually owned. The clinic could have been used appropriate segregation of duties and master the vendor file to prevent the fraudulent. The CFO should not be the only one person who is responsible for checking the vendor file and writing checks. The organizations should have checked the TIN number to avoid if there are duplicate vendors. If the organization incorporate into their policy and procedures, it is easier to commit the fraudulent.