Identity theft across health care is on the rise with the potential to impact 1 in every 4 Americans. No longer can claims be the only source of information leveraged to identify potential fraud and abuse risks. The reality is with massive databases of member Social Security Numbers (SSNs) and other PII being compromised fraudsters are putting your members and reputation at risk.
Join LexisNexis for an engaging discussion around the technologies and analytics health care entities can employ to keep their members' PII safe and organizational reputation in tact with minimal impact to processes and workflows.
Rich Morino currently is Senior Solutions Executive for the Health Care Division of LexisNexis Risk Solutions. He brings over 20 years' experience in data management and predictive analytics, including the last 12 exclusively focused in the health care market. Rich focuses on bringing products to market that improve health outcomes and/or reduce medical expense. At LexisNexis his focus is on identifying ways to reduce or eliminate fraud, abuse and waste from health plans claims spend. This includes both advanced analytics as well as multi-payer and cross-industry data sources. Prior to LexisNexis Rich had tenure at SAS Institute, Ingenix, Emdeon and most recently IPG. When off the road, Rich calls the Chicago area home.
Stephanie Rose-Belcher — Director of Market Planning, LexisNexis
Stephanie Rose-Belcher is Director of Market Planning for LexisNexis. In her current role she assists with product strategy and compliance, implementation of member and provider data solutions as well as identity analytics. She works with clients to help them optimize solutions and develop the ROI for the use of improved provider data. Stephanie has over 20 years' experience as a senior operations executive for health plans, specializing in customer service, product development, claims management, process improvement, project management and information technology. Stephanie's background includes implementation of state and federal mandates, HIPAA, NPI and ACA. She has spoken and written frequently about data and identity market trends and compliance issues.