29th Annual
Anti-Fraud Conference

Presented by: NCFIA Anti-Fraud Alliance, CDI, CDAA, and NICB

WHEN April 11-13, 2018
WHERE Monterey, California Hyatt Regency Monterey
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Presented by NCFIA Anti-Fraud Alliance, California District Attorneys Association, the California Department of Insurance and the National Insurance Crime Bureau

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The Conference provides continuing education with leaders from the anti-fraud community speaking and presenting on topics and issues relevant to the attendees. This year’s general session speakers and curriculum sets the bar high with speakers addressing the great successes by insurers, law enforcement and state and federal prosecutors in addressing the largest fraud schemes in the history of California, the news coverage focusing on “The Billion Dollar Scam” in the California workers’ compensation system, the efforts by the Department of Industrial Relations to combat fraud in the workers’ compensation system, and federal investigations involving medical fraud and counter-terrorism. The Conference offers 26 two-hour courses taught by extremely well-qualified instructors from within the anti-fraud community. Courses are designed to provide attendees with the latest on a wide variety of fraud-related activities, including undercover operations, “sham” law offices, forensic accounting and white collar crime, data analytics, staged auto accidents, medical provider fraud, digital evidence, a case study on how one person fraudulently billed $100 million, premium fraud, investigative and technology sources, ethical considerations in fraud investigations and prosecutions, deposition preparation, kickbacks, auto theft, examinations under oath, fraud litigation, SIU issues, exploring the biological basis of reasonable medical probability in meta-data analysis of clinical data, leveraging Google investigations, evaluating truth and credibility, using SB 1160 and AB 1244 to fight fraud, responding to requests for claims documents by law enforcement, complex capping schemes and networks, and an interactive discussion of current fraud topics through hypotheticals.

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