Demystifying Generative AI: The Good, the Bad and the Practical

Sponsored by: SAS (registration to this event is strictly limited by the sponsor)

Health care fraud, waste, abuse and error divert billions annually from patient care, so it’s important for health care organizations to use GenAI in the claims and investigation process to root out wasteful spending. Along with its benefits, though, it’s important to understand GenAI’s risks. Fraudsters also use AI and GenAI to divert payments from legitimate claims. Join us to learn how important it is to stay ahead with AI and GenAI to prepare for new and emerging risks.

Attendees will learn:

  • The differences between AI and GenAI.
  • How GenAI can improve program efficiency.
  • What it takes to prepare for fraudsters and other risks to payment integrity.


Tom Wriggins
Senior Manager, Global Lead – Health Care Fraud and Compliance

John Maynard
Principal Solutions Architect – Global Fraud and Security Intelligence Practice

Jason DiNovi
Health Care Industry Consultant – Global Fraud and Security Intelligence Practice

Please note: This event is sponsored by SAS, an NHCAA Platinum Supporting Member. Registration is limited and determined by the sponsor, and NHCAA cannot circumvent or alter the sponsor’s registration policies. Registration from personal email addresses and some organizations are not permitted. Please accept our apologies if you are unable to register for this particular event, however, NHCAA does offer other educational programs. Please click here to view upcoming educational opportunities.

The event is finished.


May 23


Eastern Time
1:00 pm - 2:00 pm