Member Organizations

The National Health Care Anti-Fraud Association (NHCAA) is the leading national organization focused exclusively on the fight against health care fraud. We are a private-public partnership – our members comprise nearly 90 private health insurers and those public-sector law enforcement and regulatory agencies having jurisdiction over health care fraud committed against both private payers and public programs.

Participation in NHCAA, enables your team to:

  • Gain insights and expertise on trending schemes that expedite the identification of red flags within your team’s casework.
  • Build relationships with colleagues within the state and federal government organizations that improve your abilities to develop an investigation that can be transitioned to your public partners.
  • Gain invaluable skills and knowledge to fight health care fraud.
  • Partner will individuals from the public and private sectors to advance your cases and recognize trends and patterns.

 

Membership criteria is found on the application.

All members must be approved by the NHCAA Board of Directors.

Information Sharing Activities

Creating opportunities for NHCAA Member Organizations and Law Enforcement Liaisons to share anti-fraud information is fundamental to the NHCAA mission. The timely sharing of anti-fraud information among commercial health insurers, federal and state law enforcement and regulatory agencies is critical to being able to wage a unified and ultimately successful battle against health care fraud.

Education and Training

Through the NHCAA Institute for Health Care Fraud Prevention, members have access to unparalleled, unique opportunities throughout the year providing critical education and training programs in webinar format, smaller more-focused skill-building trainings, and the annual national conference.

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.

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