Call for Presentations-2015ATC
DEADLINE: MARCH 23, 2015
The NHCAA Institute for Health Care Fraud Prevention is now accepting abstracts for the 2015 Annual Training Conference, November 17 - 20, in San Diego, California.
We will be soliciting abstracts for 60-75 minute presentations to populate the following tracks:
- Clinical Issues for the Healthcare Fraud Investigator
Workshops with a focus on the furthering better clinical understanding within investigative work.
- Behavioral Health Fraud Schemes
Sessions with a focus on fraud schemes specific to the delivery of the behavioral health benefit.
- Detecting and Investigating Dental Fraud
Examine investigative skills and schemes specific to dental insurance.
- Fraud Schemes and Investigative Skills
Follow investigations that uncover new schemes and build investigative skills.
- Fraud in the Medicaid Program
Fostering understanding of fraud challenges unique to Medicaid.
- Pharmacy and Part D Fraud
Sessions with a focus on fraud schemes specific to the delivery of the pharmacy benefit.
- Legal, Management & Compliance Issues
For the SIU manager, participate in interactive workshops on today's legal and compliance trends, and sessions on management of the SIU.
- Transformation of Health Care
Explore new delivery models, innovations and systems of care in a post ACA environment.
- Disability, Worker's Compensation & Supplemental Products
Hear case studies of fraud investigation in the disability, worker's compensation, and supplemental arena.
Who Should Submit:
We are interested in hearing from professionals in health care fraud detection, investigation, prosecution and prevention activities. The NHCAA Institute is proud of its tradition of offering the very best in health care anti-fraud education and training and welcomes your proposal. 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 an 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.
How to Submit:
We encourage you to view tips and sample submissions before submitting an abstract.
In order for your presentation to be considered by the ATC Planning Committee, abstracts must be submitted by Monday, March 23.
Sponsorship and Exhibiting Opportunities:
If you are interested in sponsorship or exhibit opportunities at our Annual Training Conference or NETS programs, please contact Michael Williams at email@example.com at 202.349.7985.
I submitted a proposal. Now what?
We will confirm the receipt of your proposal via email. If the Annual Training Conference Planning Committee accepts your presentation, 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 email announcements, email firstname.lastname@example.org.