How to report fraud

  • Call your insurance company immediately if you suspect you may be a victim of health insurance fraud. (link to list below which you’ve already created on the new site)
  • Contact your State Insurance Fraud Bureau. (link to list below)
  • File a complaint with the State Medical Boards (link to list below).
  • For an overview of what constitutes Medicare fraud or if you suspect that fraud is being committed against Medicare, please click here.

Tips for Seniors

  • Never give out Medicare, Social Security, bank account or credit card numbers to a person who calls on the phone. Hang up the phone.
  • No Medicare drug plan can ask a person for that information on the phone.
  • No drug plan representative can come into your home uninvited, without an appointment.
  • No drug plan can ask you for personal information during its marketing activities.
  • You can enroll in a Medicare drug plan over the Internet, but the plan must send you a bill.

Member Benefits

NHCAA offers membership categories for health insurers, governmental entities, and other companies and organizations that support the NHCAA Mission, as well as individuals, who want to join us in the fight against health care fraud.