Free Whitepaper from LexisNexis:
The Real Cost of Health Care Fraud – And New Ways To Fight It
The FBI estimates that between 3% and 10% of all health care spending in the U.S. goes toward fraudulent claims. In other, words anywhere from $70 billion to more than $200 billion per year is lost because of health care fraud, says the National Health Care Anti-Fraud Association.
While the government is a big target for fraud, private insurers are subject to the same risk.
Inside this whitepaper, you'll learn:
- 3 forms of fraud activity payers need to watch out for
- Consequences of discovering fraud too late and the effect on providers and patients
- How to find fraud before claims are paid