Verizon to Detail Health Care 'Fraud, Waste & Abuse - The Next Generation' at National Association for Medicaid Program Integrity 2012 Conference, Sept. 18

OKLAHOMA CITY, Sept. 14, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Verizon Connected Healthcare fraud experts will make the case for moving from a reactive "pay and chase" abuse-recovery model to a pro-active "identify and intervene" abuse-prevention model at the National Association for Medicaid Program Integrity Conference here on Tuesday, Sept. 18. Verizon is the conference's exclusive Platinum sponsor.

WHERE:

National Association for Medicaid Program Integrity (NAMPI) 2012 Conference


The Cox Convention Center – Second Floor


Renaissance Oklahoma City Convention Center Hotel


Oklahoma City, Okla.



WHEN:

Sept. 16-19, 2012



WHAT:

Session: Fraud, Waste & Abuse – The Next Generation


Tuesday, Sept. 18 at 1 p.m. CDT – Room 20


Debra Faulkner, managing principal, Verizon Connected Healthcare


Understanding the patterns of fraud, where to find it, how to detect it and deciding when to act are key to combating fraud, waste and abuse. The old pay-and-chase model of fraud management is inefficient and costly.  Faulkner will show how a near real-time fraud management solution can identify and stop potential fraud before it occurs.




Verizon Fraud Management Service Demonstrations


Sept. 16-19, 2012 – Booth # 11-12

Verizon provides technology solutions to government agencies and business around the globe. To learn more, visit the Verizon Connected Healthcare on the Web.

SOURCE Verizon

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