Published on 7/12/2018 by “NHCAA”
Over 60 concurrent sessions have been organized within eight different tracks on a wide range of anti-fraud topics for this year's annual training conference. On November 1, NHCAA will end the ATC with our unique two-hour morning seminars designed to dive deep into some challenging and critical issues. Register today!
Published on 6/28/2018 by “NHCAA”
NHCAA has published a new white paper that examines the scope of responsibility of health insurer special investigations units and how they calculate return on investment within their organizations. NHCAA’s biennial Anti-Fraud Management Survey reports on SIU outcomes, which have historically been combined to calculate SIU return on investment. This new paper provides insight about the challenges in measuring SIU ROI while demonstrating the value SIUs bring to their organizations.
Published on 6/1/2017 by “NHCAA”
It’s that time of year again to start planning for NHCAA’s Annual Training Conference (ATC). This year we will be in Anaheim, Calfornia, providing three days filled with motivating keynote speeches, over 60 educational sessions, multiple networking opportunities, and new anti-fraud technologies in the Anti-Fraud Expo.
Published on 3/1/2018 by “NHCAA”
For over 30 years, health care anti-fraud professionals have looked to the NHCAA Annual Training Conference (ATC) for the latest in health care fraud solutions, training and networking. This year, put your company in front of 1,300 attendees as we gather to share our experiences, knowledge, and solutions on how to solve the challenges of health care fraud.
Published on 2/15/2018 by “NHCAA”
NHCAA distributed the Association's 2017 Year-in-Review highlighting the past year's successes and accomplishments, confirming once again that the Association provides our members, partners, and the industry with a range of effective resources to improve and strengthen the fight against health care fraud.
Published on 1/17/2018 by “NHCAA”
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) has proposed significant changes to how medical loss ratio is calculated and reported for Medicare Advantage and Part D plans. If made final, the rule would expand the definition of Quality Improvement Activities (QIA) to include fraud reduction activities, including fraud prevention, fraud detection, and fraud recovery. NHCAA submitted a letter of support.