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Impacts of Payment Fraud on the Health Care Industry

Dates:
Oct 24, 2022
Time:
2:00 pm EDT
Presented by Change Healthcare 2022
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About This Webinar

It's no secret that fraud, waste and abuse are rampant in the health care industry. According to the National Health Care Anti Fraud Association, health care fraud costs the nation $68 billion per year. As a public-facing industry that manages numerous high dollar transactions – and safeguards lucrative PHI data – health care is a prime target for criminal enterprises. Payers are vulnerable to fraud attempts that affect not only their organization but their payees as well.

This 60-minute program will cover the different types of payment fraud as they relate to payers; real-life examples of payment fraud and consequences to payer organizations; and tips for developing an action plan to help avoid payment fraud schemes.

Attendees Will Learn About

  • Payment fraud and its impact on the entire health care ecosystem
  • The effects of payment fraud schemes on their organization

Presenters

William Barbato

General Manager of Payment Services

Change Healthcare

Bill leads Change Healthcare's B2B Payment 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.

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Jennifer Cant

Manager, Fraud Prevention

Change Healthcare

With nearly 25 years' experience, Jennifer serves as Change Healthcare's Payment Fraud Subject Matter Expert. With fraud expertise from various verticals, including law enforcement criminal investigations, utilities, retail/e-commerce, corporate internal investigations, and voluntary benefits and health care, she has a well-rounded understanding of the fraud landscapes. She is well versed in…

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