Identity Theft – Who’s Who in Health Care
Sponsored by: SAS
Identity theft is emerging at the center of health care fraud, waste and abuse. Cases have only increased with COVID-19 driven changes. Stolen credentials – including names, Social Security numbers and addresses – are used to file claims and open accounts with payments redirected to fraudsters. Identity thieves sit on swaths of stolen identity data waiting for the right opportunity to strike. Join us and discuss the emerging challenges in combating and preventing identity theft in health care and government programs. This panel conversation explores the current government and health care fraud landscape, presenting analytical strategies for recognizing false identities and preventing ID fraud.
- Medicaid ID theft.
- Synthetic identity and newborn Social Security number theft.
- Home health employee credential theft.
- Prescription pad theft.
Global Lead, Identity and Digital Fraud, SAS
Principal Solutions Architect, Global Fraud and Security Intelligence Practice, SAS
Senior Payment Integrity Solutions Architect, SAS
Fraud and Risk Solutions Specialist, SAS
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