From Chase to Prevention: Stopping Healthcare Fraud Before it Happens
Healthcare fraud, waste, and abuse costs taxpayers tens of billions of dollars per year, with Medicare and Medicaid fraud alone estimated to cost $160 billion annually. While state and federal agencies have historically been unsuccessful in controlling the growth of healthcare fraud, the program integrity provisions of the Affordable Care Act and the Small Business Jobs Act of 2010 have driven these agencies to aggressively seek solutions to combat abuse.
Read this white paper as we explore:
- Current trends in healthcare fraud and abuse
- The deployment of standardized registration processes
- The verification of provider information with third-party data
- Methods for tracking relationships between businesses and individuals