America's Health Insurance Plans

  Health Care Anti-Fraud Associate

Industry professionals at every level—from senior counsel to staff assigned to special investigation units (SIUs)—are challenged every day with detecting and stopping health insurance fraud. The Insurance Education's HCAFA designation helps you understand types of health insurance fraud and abuse (provider fraud, consumer fraud, agent/broker/employee fraud); the impact of fraud on various coverage; legal issues; and methods of detection, investigation, and prevention.

To acquire the HCAFA designation, you must pass two mandatory online courses and two fraud webinars.

Required courses include:

Electives:

Two Fraud webinars*

Renewal Requirements
This designation is now a renewal designation. The designation will expire every two years and you can maintain the designation by taking one fraud webinar.


WEBINARS*

These 1 – 2 hour webinars are an opportunity to learn from your office about anti-fraud issues as well as earn credits towards your designation. Click here for more information and to register.

Webinar registrants will receive a confirmation email after registration is completed. You will receive login instructions 24 hours prior to the webinar. Participants may login as early as 30 minutes prior to the start of the webinar. In order to be eligible to receive credit all participants must be logged in at the start of the webinar and must also enter in a participation code that will appear during the webinar.

 

The Insurance Education's anti-fraud courses meet the continuing education requirements of the National Health Care Anti-Fraud Association's (NHCAA) Accredited Health Care Fraud Investigator (AHFI) designation.