A PRIVATE-PUBLIC PARTNERSHIP AGAINST HEALTH CARE FRAUD
This annual virtual program dissects schemes from across the health care industry. Participants will hear how their peers uncovered schemes through data mining, incorporated analytics into their investigation, utilized coding, medical knowledge, and other red flags to discover fraud schemes, and strategies to investigate fraud.
The mostly on-demand format allows you to watch at your own pace, moving seamlessly between learning and work, and is ideal for implementing and exploring new schemes and concepts on your own timeline. Participants will:
A few sessions, and a networking event, will be held live. You will also be part of an event community, adding an additional networking component to our virtual environment. This community provides a space for participants to ask speakers questions and discuss concepts and schemes explored during the various sessions.
Dues paying Member Organizations and National Government Liaisons can designate up to two tuition-free registrations per virtual program. Platinum Supporting Members can designate one tuition-free registration per virtual program. State-based Government Liaisons agencies receive three tuition-free registrations* to use throughout the year. State Medicaid Fraud Control Units receive tuition-free benefits through the National Association of Medicaid Fraud Control Units (NAMFCU).
*No more than two complimentary registrations may be used at any one of the programs.
The pre-recorded sessions will be available on demand for one week between May 1 – 12 to registered attendees. You can watch at your own pace, engaging with as few or as many sessions during each sitting. To earn credit for attending, 70% of sessions must be watched and each session quiz, which ensures content mastery, must be completed. These sessions were not designed to be shared or streamed with others. Each participant should be registered to attend.
This program is most appropriate for mid to senior-level analysts, investigators, consultants, and law enforcement agents who have worked in the health care anti-fraud industry for a minimum of three years.
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.
A minimum of three years of experience in the health care anti-fraud industry or attendance at the Boot Camp Program.
Events are delivered via Adobe Connect, one of the most secure virtual meeting platforms. You will need a computer, internet connection, and possibly a phone.
If this is your first time joining a meeting using Adobe Connect, please review our Technical Requirements & Troubleshooting for Adobe Connect webpage, which includes a link to test your system. Remember to download the Adobe Application for the best experience.
National Health Care Anti-Fraud Association Headquarters
1220 L Street, NW, Suite 815 | Washington, DC 20005 | Phone: 202.659.5955 | Fax: 202.785.6764