Combat Fraud, Waste and Abuse
Government agencies today actively seek ways to identify, investigate and prosecute the misuse of public funds. The scale of the problem is staggering — an estimated 3 percent of annual U.S. healthcare expenditures are lost to fraud, waste and abuse — amounting to billions of dollars.
Despite best efforts, the information systems supporting U.S. agencies are often not optimized for fraud detection, compliance enforcement or prosecutorial support. Meanwhile, their adversaries are increasingly sophisticated, well financed and able to change fraud schemes quickly once detected.
Join Federal Computer Week and IBM for this FREE morning seminar to learn how government organizations can and are changing the way they work, to identify and stop fraudulent practices. Hear how agencies are recovering lost funds and eliminating duplicate efforts by employing tools such as enterprise content management to help investigators understand meaning in context while exposing exceptional activity patterns.
You Will Learn:
- How to improve case outcomes, save resources and support predictive analysis
- How to provide 360-degree views of cases with more reliable, collaborative and consistent information
- Tools and strategies to allow granular levels of pattern detection and partial matching of salient information
- Technical capabilities available for proactive and reactive fraud investigations
- How to streamline digital information processes for analysis and delivery
- How to streamline content-centric processes for analysis and delivery
This is a must-attend FREE seminar for civilian and military professionals who manage and analyze large information stores, including structured and unstructured data sets, to optimize their information systems to identify fraud, gain efficiencies in pattern detection and improve overall case management.