Insurance Investigation Trends Happening Now
What happens when trusted professionals, like doctors and lawyers, operate like street criminals? These illegal activities and fraud trends can cost companies millions in insurance and workers compensation claims if not properly identified.
Download this special podcast hosted by RIMS – The Risk Management Society to hear from Travelers Investigative Services leaders Dennis Hosey and Mark Vitello who will share case studies of actual criminal conduct investigations and outcomes, red flags to look out for and other ways your organization can detect potential workers compensation fraud.
Listen and learn what you need to know about:
- The signs of fraud and the potential impact.
- How doctors and lawyers use cross-referrals to drive production quotas.
- The blind spots to look out for in medical fraud.
- How artificial intelligence (AI) and automation could open the door to more opportunities for fraud.
- How the rise in medical litigation funding may negatively impact risk and insurance.
RIMScast Podcast: Insurance Investigation Trends Happening Now
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Travelers Special Investigations Group (SIG)
Travelers has more than 250 trained experts who work closely with our Claim professionals to identify and investigate insurance fraud. Travelers Special Investigations Group (SIG) and the Travelers Medical Investigations team are committed to helping protect you and your employees from becoming victims of medical fraud schemes and abusive practices.
Talk to your insurance agent or broker about ways Travelers can help you protect against workers compensation fraud and other risks to your business. Our philosophy is simple: help customers like you while continuously innovating more ways to eliminate fraud and loss.
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