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Detecting and Preventing Fraud and Abuse in Medicaid and Social Service Programs Webcast

Detecting and Preventing Fraud and Abuse in Medicaid and Social Service Programs Webcast

The demands on Medicaid and other social services agencies to combat fraud are as great as ever. To keep up, best-in-class organizations must embrace data integration and analytics techniques to detect and prevent fraud, waste and abuse. Agencies that integrate massive volumes of disparate data from numerous sources within and beyond the agency can apply new analytic link and geospacial analysis tools to uncover patterns and trends of suspected fraud.

Watch this webcast to see case studies and learn about cutting edge technology that will enable your organization to:
  • Collaborate more effectively with internal stakeholders and external partners
  • Intelligently analyze disparate data sets into meaningful identifiers of potential fraud.
  • Improve the ability to turn unstructured text into effective indicators of potential fraud, waste or abuse
  • Identify fraud schemes that pass all the traditional transaction tests but still contain fraudulent claims
  • Predict and anticipate when and where fraud may occur
Christina Norwich, Forward Deployed Engineer, Palantir Technologies
Bruce Levick, CPA, National Business Development Manager, SAP Public Services
Date of Issue:
24 Oct 2011
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Higher Education & Research
Public Sector
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