Insurance fraud detection, investigation and mitigation solutions
Fraud is a massive problem in the insurance industry. In the long-term care (LTC) sector alone, cross-industry estimates suggest that 3-10% of the $12 billion paid in claims last year was lost due to fraud, waste, and abuse.
As the largest claims payer in the LTC industry, we developed Fraud Sentry to automate fraud detection and surface fraud, waste and abuse throughout the claims cycle with advanced technology. We also provide turnkey support with fraud investigations, fraud awareness training, and other fraud mitigation services to support the carriers we work with.
At illumifin, we designed Fraud Sentry to help long-term care insurers combat fraud, waste, and abuse. The software leverages advanced analytics, visualizations, and machine learning, paired with cross-industry data. Insurance companies and policyholders are protected from costly fraud, waste, and abuse through its powerful detection capabilities, far beyond what is currently possible with human- and red flag-based systems.
End-to-end fraud mitigation services
Our insurance fraud solutions attack from all angles, surfacing even minute insights through our proprietary Fraud Sentry analytics program and with enhanced training for carriers for hands-on identification.
illumifin specialists can support part or all of the investigation: initial research of the case file and open-source investigation, investigative plan design, and field investigation.
Once a case has been thoroughly researched and investigated, illumifin specialists consult with customers to determine and execute the best course of action.
Fraud detection automation throughout the claim cycle
Risk evolves throughout the cycle, requiring different tools and approaches to prevent ongoing fraud. Fraud Sentry changes analytical approaches as claims mature to capture fraud incidents at all stages.
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