Mitigating Healthcare Fraud with Secure Patient Enrollment

White Paper

Deficient patient enrollment can result in serious financial and legal repercussions, including instances of medical identity theft and compliance issues. And with more healthcare data available to bad actors, fraud is at an all time high.

To streamline the enrollment process, while reducing the potential for fraud, GIACT, a Refinitiv Company — the leader in helping companies positively identify and authenticate customers — released a new white paper, Mitigating Healthcare Fraud with Secure Patient Enrollment, detailing the best practices in digital on-boarding.

What You’ll Learn

  • Best practices in streamlined digital enrollment of new patients;
  • Preventing fraudulent healthcare account openings without increasing friction during registration and discharge; and
  • How to authenticate patient and provider identities to prevent false billings.

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