Verizon Spotlights Health Care Fraud, Waste and Abuse at National Health Care
Anti-Fraud Association Conference
ANAHEIM, Calif., Nov. 8, 2012
ANAHEIM, Calif., Nov. 8, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --Verizon Health IT fraud experts
will detail how to identify fraud, waste and abuse in health care programs
using predictive analytics at the National Health Care Anti-Fraud
Association's Annual Training Conference beginning Tuesday (Nov. 13). The
company's experts will make the case for moving from a reactive
"pay-and-chase" recovery model to a pro-active "identify-and-intervene"
prevention model. Verizon is a platinum sponsor of the conference.
WHERE: NHCAA Institute for Health Care Fraud Prevention Annual
WHEN: November 13-16
WHAT: Session: Predictive Modeling Panel – The Investigator's
Wednesday, Nov. 14, at 3:10 p.m. PST
David Botsko, Ph.D., CFE, managing principal, Verizon
Health IT practice
Understanding the roles of predictive models,
forecasts, data mining/analytics and predictive
analytics can mean the difference between successful
discovery of fraud, waste and abuse and wasted
resources. Botsko, CFE managing principal, will discuss
the importance of defining the problem, creating a
clear assessment and analyzing accurate results in this
one-hour panel discussion.
Session: Fraud, Waste and Abuse – The Next Generation
Thursday, Nov. 15, at 10:45 a.m. PST
Debra Faulkner, MBA, MHA, managing principal, and
Connie Schweyen, managing principal, Verizon Health IT
Understanding the patterns of fraud, where to find it,
how to detect it and deciding when to act are key to
combating fraud, waste and abuse. The old pay-and-chase
model of fraud management is inefficient and costly.
Faulkner and Schweyen will show how to head off crime
before it happens and how a proactive fraud management
solution can provide real results and significant cost
Verizon Fraud Management Service Demonstrations
Nov. 13-16 – Booth #227
Verizon provides technology solutions to businesses and government agencies
around the globe. To learn more, visit the Verizon Health IT website.
Contact: Janet Brumfield, +1-614-723-1060, firstname.lastname@example.org
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