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April 13, 2017
8:00AM-12:00PM

East Chapter Meeting

Genesys Conference & Banquet Center
805 Health Park Blvd, Grand Blanc, 48439


BCBSM Updates - What's New for 2017

SPEAKER: Penny Yost and April Boyce, BCBSM


Investigating Fraud

SPEAKER: Steve Ryner, Manager Corporate and Financial Investigations, BCBSM

Steve is a retired sergeant from the Waterford Township Police Department. He spent 6 years as a detective investigating cases ranging from simple larceny to murder. He began working at Blue Cross in April of 2011, as a fraud investigator assigned to the government programs team. He was promoted to manager in September of 2013. He currently manages a team of 4 investigators and 2 investigative analysts and their focus is on fraud within our Medicare Advantage line of business.

Steve will discuss the following:

  • CFI - Who we are and what we do
  • Defining fraud, waste, and abuse
  • State and federal laws frequently used for prosecution
  • Case studies regarding health care fraud

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Non-Member fees are non-refundable and you may be subject to a $15 cancellation/no show fee if you do not cancel your reservation at (855) 360-3401, 48 hours before the event.

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2017-04-13 08:00:00 2017-04-13 08:00:00 America/Detroit East Chapter Meeting BCBSM Updates - What's New for 2017 SPEAKER: Penny Yost and April Boyce, BCBSM Investigating Fraud SPEAKER: Steve Ryner, Manager Corporate and Financial Investigations, BCBSM Steve is a retired sergeant from the Waterford Township Police Department. He spent 6 years as a detective investigating cases ranging from simple larceny to murder. He began working at Blue Cross in April of 2011, as a fraud investigator assigned to the government programs team. He was promoted to manager in September of 2013. He currently manages a team of 4 investigators and 2 investigative analysts and their focus is on fraud within our Medicare Advantage line of business. Steve will discuss the following: CFI - Who we are and what we do Defining fraud, waste, and abuse State and federal laws frequently used for prosecution Case studies regarding health care fraud >>Meeting Minutes <<   This program has the prior approval of AAPC for 3 continuing education hours. Granting of prior approval in no way constitutes endorsement by AAPC of the program content or the program sponsor.   Non-Member fees are non-refundable and you may be subject to a $15 cancellation/no show fee if you do not cancel your reservation at (855) 360-3401, 48 hours before the event. Genesys Conference & Banquet Center
805 Health Park Blvd, Grand Blanc, 48439