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Fraud Prevention Month 2015: Top 7 Fraud Predictions from ACFE

Benefits Fraud, Fraud Prevention
Posted on March 3rd, 2015 by Mike Ignatz

March is Fraud Prevention Month in Canada. In cooperation with the Government of Canada, the Canadian Anti-Fraud Centre, and many other organizations, we at The Benefits Trust do what we can to raise awareness throughout the month and beyond. Fraud is a serious issue in Canada and worldwide. The Benefits (…) [Read Full Article]

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How to Eradicate Benefits Fraud and Add to Your Bottom Line

Fraudulent Definition
Posted on May 24th, 2012 by Mike Ignatz

Earlier this week, HR Daily published an article outlining some of the issues surrounding benefits fraud. According to Joel Alleyne, Executive Director of the Canadian Health Care Anti-Fraud Association, 2–10 per cent of all health benefits claims are fraudulent. The article discusses the various types of benefits fraud, including: An (…) [Read Full Article]

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Avoid ‘Submit it and See’ Benefits Fraud

HR Reporter Article
Posted on May 4th, 2012 by Mike Ignatz

Download PDF of Avoid ‘Submit it and See’ Benefits Fraud  Education, strategic plan design can help build fraud-deterring environment BY ROBERT CROWDER Much has been written about benefits fraud and its impact on skyrocketing premiums. Whether claims for benefits are submitted manually or online, most fraud prevention measures rely on (…) [Read Full Article]

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