Data Analysis Takes a Bite Out of Health-Care Fraud


 

Bloomberg BNA health-care reporter James Swann discusses the growing use of data analytics in the fight against health-care fraud. Facing an estimated $60 billion in health-care fraud per year, the federal government is increasingly deploying state-of-the art predictive analytics and modelling tools. Data analysts are working hand-in-hand with field investigators to pinpoint bad behavior and put a dent in fraud.


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