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Oct 30, 2014

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Meeting type: Webinar

Texas HFMA Webinar
October 30th 12:00pm - 1:30pm

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Leveraging Big Data to Mitigate Health Care Fraud Risk
Course 1410w | CPE: 1.5 | Level: Basic | Prerequisites: None

TOPIC DESCRIPTION: The 2014 Global Fraud Study indicates the average organization loses 5 percent of revenue to occupational fraud each year. Consider external fraud and that number becomes even higher. Another number that is increasing is the volume of data generated, housed and available for analysis in health care organizations today. From accounts payable to purchasing card to health records, enormous amounts of data are available. One of the most effective anti-fraud controls available to organizations today is proactive data monitoring/analysis. This webinar is designed to educate and inform professionals in the health care industry how to use data analysis to mitigate some common fraud risks. Examples of risks to be discussed include:
• Identifying vendors, employee, providers or volunteers excluded by the Office of the Inspector General
• Evaluating the timeliness of refunds for compliance with federal regulations
• Analyzing payer mix and payment percentages to assess decreases in revenue
• Analysis of the employee, provider and vendor files to identify potential conflicts of interest or related parties
• Analysis of account write-offs for unusual trends

The webinar will include case studies of specific risks and the use of data to mitigate these risks, and a discussion of the use of continuous auditing for proactive risk mitigation. Finally, this session will include a guide on implementing data analytics in your organization and tips for success.

Upon completion of this program, participants will be able to:
• Identify health care specific fraud risks
• Discuss how data can help mitigate these fraud risks
• Discuss what continuous auditing is and its application in health care
• Identify the six phases of data analytics implementation

Jeremy Clopton - BKD | Jeremy is a member of BKD’s Forensics & Valuation Services division and specializes in providing fraud investigation and forensic data mining services. He assists with fraud investigations through a variety of tasks, including interviewing employees, obtaining evidence, examining documents, analysis of large data sets, estimating losses and presenting findings. He has investigated allegations of impropriety in a variety of companies and organizations, including privately held companies, financial institutions, cooperatives, governmental entities and not-for-profit organizations.Jeremy has experience in using both ACL and IDEA data analysis software for forensic data mining and continuous auditing. His ability to speak the language of data management with his clients’ staff, including management and information service professionals, helps facilitate a smooth and efficient process of identifying and extracting relevant data. His forensic data mining experiences include all major industries in both investigation and prevention projects. He has also helped design and implement continuous auditing solutions for organizations in a variety of industries, including Fortune 500 companies. He is a frequent speaker on the topics of data analytics, continuous auditing and forensic accounting, appearing before local organizations, at national conferences and in international webinars. As a firmwide instructor, Jeremy provides training related to fraud awareness in the external audit function and use of ACL data analysis software to users of all levels.Jeremy is a Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE), ACL Certified Data Analyst (ACDA) and member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, Missouri Society of Certified Public Accountants, Association of Certified Fraud Examiners and Institute of Internal Auditors.

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System Requirements
PC-based attendees
Required: Windows 8, 7, Vista, XP or 2003 Server

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Nov 04, 2014 ::

view HFMA Texas Gulf Coast Breakfast Meeting

Speaker: David Milich

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Nov 06, 2014 ::

view 2014 HealthCare Symposium


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May 30, 2015 ::

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Please check back frequently as social and special events are added.

October, 2014
17- Fall Institute | One Day Meeting | Marriott TMC
30 - Texas State Chapters Free Webinar

November, 2014
4- HFMA Satellite Breakfast - Houston Methodist Sugar Land Hospital

6- 2014 HealthCare Symposium

13 - Monthly Happy Hour
16-18 Region 9 | New Orleans, LA
18 - Texas State Chapters Free Webinar

21-Luncheon Meeting | Houston Methodist

December, 2014
4- Satellite Breakfast - Memorial Hermann Woodlands Campus

January, 2015
16-Luncheon Meeting | Houston Methodist
20 - Texas State Chapters Free Webinar

February, 2015
17- Texas State Chapters Free Webinar
23 - MONDAY - Winter Institute | The Norris Conference Center

March, 2015
17- Texas State Chapters Free Webinar
20-Luncheon Meeting | Houston Methodist
29-31 Texas State Conference | Austin, TX

April, 2015

17- Luncheon Meeting | Houston Methodist
21 - Texas State Chapters Free Webinar

May, 2015

17-19 - Annual Institute | San Luis Resort | Galveston, TX
19 - Texas State Chapters Free Webinar

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Texas Gulf Coast Chapter

Gold Sponsors 





Silver Sponsors 


Availity, LLC


Cardon Outreach

Citi-Money2 for Health

Cleverly + Associates

 Jackson Walker  

Managed Resources, Inc.

Memorial Hermann System Services 

Resource Corporation of America 
TransUnion, LLC 

Bronze Sponsors 

Avadyne Health

BESLER Consulting

CHI St. Luke's Heatlh

Cirius Group, Inc.

CNA HealthPro

Enable Comp, LLC

HCFS, Inc.

IMA Consulting


Parallon Business Solutions



The SSI Group

Triage Consulting Group

Whitney Bank

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