You’ll gain valuable insight from this broad overview of health insurance fraud. This self-study course focuses on investigative methods for detecting fraud and delves into the many areas in which fraud occurs, including fraud and abuse by providers, consumers, agents, and others. Learn more.
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. Learn more.
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. Get started and enroll today.