Fraud, Part II (Key Products)



This online course examines the impact of fraud on a range of insurance products—disability income, life, long-term care, and dental coverage. You’ll become familiar with federal and state roles in combating fraud, explore the private sector, and get an understanding of legal constraints placed on enforcement efforts.

What You’ll Learn

  • Impact of fraud on a range of insurance products, including disability income, life, long-term care, and dental coverage
  • Specialized health care fraud considerations that must be taken into account when dealing with pharmaceutical, supplemental, and Medigap insurance plans
  • The roles of federal and state government entities in combating health care fraud
  • The role of the private sector in detecting health care fraud and the legal constraints placed upon its enforcement efforts
  • Relevant terms, case scenarios, and key concepts

Who Should Take This Course

  • Employees of health insurance plans and health care organizations
  • Managers and staff working in special investigation units (SIUs)
  • Corporate counsel and legal advisors
  • Compliance officers
  • Claims analysts
  • Fraud examiners
  • Federal and state regulatory personnel
  • Others in related fields who seek more knowledge in fraud investigation


  • $195 AHIP Members
  • $240 Non-members

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Insurance Fraud in Key Products: Disability, Long-Term Care, MedSupp, Drug Coverage, & Others

  • $40 AHIP Members
  • $50 Non-members

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