Payment fraud is one of the fastest growing threats today in health care. The sheer size of the health care market and the many parties involved to successfully support it have made it a prime target for intrusions and fraudulent activities.
This panel discussion will feature an FBI Special Agent with experience investigating health care payment fraud to review the vulnerabilities within health care that fraudsters exploit to help you better understand potential threats. Additionally, a hospital system administrator will discuss a recent provider payments fraud attack they experienced to provide clear recommendations for identifying and mitigating future threats. Guiding this discussion will be Bill Barbato, Vice President, Payments for Change Healthcare.
Vice President, Payments
Bill leads Change Healthcare’s B2B Payments solutions, guiding business strategy and product prioritization efforts needed to deliver industry leading payment capabilities. Bill also fosters relationships with key industry partners to help drive payment innovation and affordability through the elimination of legacy payment and remittance processes.
Andre T. Edwards
FBI Memphis Division
Special Agent Andre T. Edwards joined the FBI Memphis Division in 2018 as a special agent located in the Nashville Resident Agency. For the past three years, his investigative training and computer science background have advanced cyber-criminal investigations, focusing on victims of business email compromise, malware, and ransomware throughout Middle Tennessee, nationally, and internationally.
As Lead Coordinator for the Cyber Crime Task Force, SA Edwards facilitates tradecraft collaboration between investigative and intelligence resources within the FBI as well as local and federal government agencies. SA Edwards continues to develop his knowledge and experience in pursuit of future opportunities with one of Bureau’s many legal attachés, providing liaisons between the FBI and international law enforcement agencies.
Cash Application Manger
M Health Fairview
Tally Holland has nearly 20 years of experience in Healthcare Revenue Cycle, managing various roles within the organization and leading a local Epic Revenue Cycle special interest group (SIG). Most recently, she has been focused centers on the critical function of cash application and current areas of priority include enhancing and securing payment processes.