Call for Presentations

The NHCAA Institute for Health Care Fraud Prevention is now accepting presentation ideas for the 2015 National Education & Training Series. This does not include presentation ideas for the Annual Training Conference.


For your presentation idea(s) to be considered you must submit by Thursday, January 22.

How to Submit

Submit your abstract for the 2015 National Education & Training Series Programs. NHCAA is interested in presentations ranging in length from 60 - 75 minutes on a variety of topics. A list of topics is below; however, submissions on unlisted topics are welcome.

Sample Submissions

View tips and sample submissions. See examples of two accepted presentations and two that were not picked up by our training committees.

  • Affordable Care Act
    • Benefit expansion
    • Eligibility
    • Enrollment
    • Exchanges

  • Case Studies

  • Coding driven fraud schemes

  • Data analysis techniques and data driven cases

  • Durable Medical Equipment

  • Emerging or new trends

  • Functional Medicine Issues & Cases

  • Home Health Fraud Schemes

  • Investigative Skill (interviewing, reading medical records, report writing, etc.)

  • Law Enforcement cases and skills

  • Outpatient & Inpatient Faculty Schemes

  • Specialty area fraud, such as:
    • Anesthesia
    • Ambulance
    • Behavioral health
    • Dental
    • Facility
    • Infusion
    • Multidisciplinary clinics
    • Pain management
    • Pharmacy
    • Skilled nursing
    • Vein therapy
    • Vision Services


Who Should Submit?

The NHCAA Institute is proud of its tradition of offering the very best in health care anti-fraud education and training. We are interested in hearing from professionals in health care fraud detection, investigation, prosecution and prevention activities.

If you are a consultant or vendor to the industry, we encourage you to use this opportunity to highlight your solutions, case studies, and initiatives by including a NHCAA member organization presenter in your submission.

Please consider sharing your knowledge and expertise with the health care fraud investigative field. Working collectively to share and learn is the key to winning the fight against health care fraud.

I submitted a proposal. Now what?

We will confirm the receipt of your proposal via email. If yours is selected, NHCAA will contact you to discuss the details. In the event that your abstract is not selected, it will be kept on file for future speaking opportunities.

For more information and to be added to the Call for Presentations e-announcements, email