Healthcare Fraud: Auditing and Detection Guide

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John Wiley & Sons, Mar 23, 2012 - Business & Economics - 368 pages
An invaluable tool equipping healthcare professionals, auditors, and investigators to detect every kind of healthcare fraud

According to private and public estimates, billions of dollars are lost per hour to healthcare waste, fraud, and abuse. A must-have reference for auditors, fraud investigators, and healthcare managers, Healthcare Fraud, Second Edition provides tips and techniques to help you spot—and prevent—the "red flags" of fraudulent activity within your organization. Eminently readable, it is your "go-to" resource, equipping you with the necessary skills to look for and deal with potential fraudulent situations.

  • Includes new chapters on primary healthcare, secondary healthcare, information/data management and privacy, damages/risk management, and transparency
  • Offers comprehensive guidance on auditing and fraud detection for healthcare providers and company healthcare plans
  • Examines the necessary background that internal auditors should have when auditing healthcare activities

Managing the risks in healthcare fraud requires an understanding of how the healthcare system works and where the key risk areas are. With health records now all being converted to electronic form, the key risk areas and audit process are changing. Read Healthcare Fraud, Second Edition and get the valuable guidance you need to help combat this critical problem.

 

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Contents

Cover
Defining Market Players within
Continuum Audit and Investigative
HCC
Information Healthcare Continuum
Consequence Healthcare Continuum
Transparency Healthcare Continuum
Protected Health Information
Normal Infrastructure
Normal Infrastructure and Anomaly
Components of the Data Mining
Components of the Data Mapping
Data Analysis Models
Clinical Content Data Analysis
Profilers
Market Implications

Accounts Receivable Pipelines
Operational Flow Activity
Product Service and Consumer
Implications for Prevention Detection
Conclusions
About the Author
Copyright

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REBECCA SALTIEL BUSCH, RN, MBA, CCM, CFE, CHS-III, CPC, FHFMA, FIALCP, has a passion to create educated, conscientious healthcare consumers. Recent leadership and professional recognitions include the 2011 Chicago United's Business Leaders of Color Award, 2010 Finalist for the Enterprising Women of the Year Award, and 2009 Recipient of the Influential Women in Business Award by the Business Ledger in partnership with NAWBO. Her entrepreneurial, professional, driven career has resulted in various proprietary audit platforms in multi-market verticals in healthcare, and authorship of over 200 articles, books, and presentations to consumers, government, corporate, and professional entities. Recognized as an expert in her field, she has provided public and forensic expert testimony and participated in public policy discussions and the development of best practice standards. Rebecca currently has seven U.S. design patents and one U.S patent focused on efficacy, risk, FWB, and revenue management within healthcare.

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