Cash Controls Audit Work Program: Healthcare Organizations

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The purpose of this work program is to provide the general steps used to perform a cash controls audit for an organization in the healthcare industry, including reviewing and testing controls related to cash box security, check acceptance, receipts, reconciliation and deposits.

Audit steps include: determine all areas where cash is received; perform a review of pertinent documents and conduct interviews with process owners; document the process in memo or flowchart format; perform test counts of money in the cash box to verify that the amount does not exceed specified limits; determine that access to the cash box is limited; determine that the cash box is maintained in a secure location and always locked; etc.

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