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Healthcare Fraud Shield To Introduce And Demo New Anti-Fraud Platform FWAShield At The NHCAA Institute For Health Care Fraud Prevention 2012 ATC

CHESTERFIELD, Mo., Nov. 8th, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Healthcare Fraud Shield, a company focused solely on fraud, waste and abuse solutions to the healthcare industry will introduce the FWAShield platform, an integrated Pre-Payment, Post-Payment, and Case Management system at the NHCAA Institute for Health Care Fraud Prevention, 2012 ATC in Anaheim, CA the week of Nov. 13th-16th 2012.

FWAShield is an advanced fraud detection platform developed by a team of veteran fraud detection experts with expertise in healthcare and advanced data analytics. FWAShield is a unique expert rules based platform which includes robust third party data sources and unique proprietary data sources never seen before in the healthcare industry.

"The FWAShield platform allows the investigator to efficiently work through claims with our expert rules engine, transparency, and user friendly interface. In addition, the platform was developed to quickly stay up to date with CPT coding changes, fraud schemes and client customizations.  The platform along with our unique data sources will bring a new dimension to recovery and increased ROI" says Mike Moseler, Chief Technology Officer at Healthcare Fraud Shield.

FWAShield's fully integrated solution includes PreShield, PostShield and CaseShield. This combination will result in a guaranteed improved efficiency and ROI, reduced false positives, and overall reduced cost.

"Payers don't benefit as much from 'off the shelf' fraud products.  Instead, they need systems that not only work smarter, but can easily conform to the needs of their organization.  The results lead to efficient detection and prevention of more viable FWA cases, rather than staff resources weeding through false positives" says Karen Weintraub, Executive Vice President SIU at Healthcare Fraud Shield.

Healthcare Fraud Shield will be at booth #111 at the conference to demo FWAShield.

About Healthcare Fraud Shield
Healthcare Fraud Shield offers a fully integrated Fraud, Waste and Abuse software solution platform called FWAShield.  FWAShield utilizes unique and proprietary data sources to maximize ROI and achieve superior results. Our platform is deployed utilizing a Software-as-a-Service model which allows us to quickly adopt new system enhancements and fraud analytics with minimal work for our customers. Our platform is designed to make the user experience simple, fast, and effective. FWAShield integrates distinctive algorithms and an expert rules-based methodology to reduce the excessive and unwanted false positives present in most other fraud detection software programs.  www.hcfraudshield.com

Contact: Tony Rademeyer, (636) 284-3559

SOURCE Healthcare Fraud Shield

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