A PRIVATE-PUBLIC PARTNERSHIP AGAINST HEALTH CARE FRAUD
NHCAA’s annual law enforcement update brings together U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Office of Inspector General (HHS-OIG) and the U.S. Department of Justice, Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI).
During the first part of our webinar, FBI Supervisory Special Agent Joe Parker will examine the problem of health care fraud, the FBI team, key statutes, and common schemes. SSA Parker will also discuss the value of private and public insurance data in federal health care fraud investigations and the importance of communication. He will end with an overview of a few of the 2023 national law enforcement actions.
In the second part of our webinar, hear from a panel of HHS-OIG on some of the most successful initiatives of the past year and examine priorities for the coming year. The panel will address key schemes from 2023 including DME and genetics testing, the Part D pharmacy fraud program, and the role of electronic health records in opioid diversion. Participants will hear investigative efforts, effective techniques, outstanding achievements and to better understand public sector goals and the intersection with private sector insurers and other law enforcement partners.
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Non-members, including local, state, and federal public agencies who are not NHCAA Government Liaisons, do not have access to NHCAA webinars.
Webinar programs are most appropriate for beginning and mid-career analysts, investigators, consultants, and law enforcement agents working in the health care anti-fraud industry.
As a level II, or intermediate program, some investigative / health care / coding expertise is assumed. Training content is focused on the detection and investigative processes, using case examples to highlight strategy and techniques.
There are no pre-requisite requirements to attend webinar programs.
All webinars are approved by: NHCAA for 2 CPEs
Participants earn 1 Continuing Professional Education (CPE) hours applicable to the training requirements for the Accredited Health Care Fraud Investigator (AHFI®) designation.
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National Health Care Anti-Fraud Association Headquarters
1220 L Street, NW, Suite 815 | Washington, DC 20005 | Phone: 202.659.5955 | Fax: 202.785.6764