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Thank you for your interest in the presentation materials for the MHPA Webinar, Why Identity Management Matters to Medicaid. This presentation was given by Clint Furhman, the Director of Government Health Care Programs for LexisNexis® Risk Solutions, on
January 9, 2013. The presentation covers the following critical topics for Medicaid fraud detection and prevention:
Adopting a comprehensive identity management system to verify benefit recipients.
Ensuring federal legislation such as the High Tech Act, and continuing efforts to comply with the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) are upheld.
Implementing technology that supports an identity management system that is built upon securing patient information.
About the Speaker
Clint Fuhrman, the Director of Government Health Care Programs for LexisNexis® Risk Solutions, will present this webinar. Mr. Fuhrman joined LexisNexis in 2009 after serving as Deputy Secretary of the Florida Agency for Health Care Administration. During his time at AHCA, Mr. Fuhrman helped direct Agency strategy and operations in the areas of legislative affairs, communications, Medicaid policy, and health information technology. He was appointed by Governor Charlie Crist to the board of the Florida Healthy Kids Corporation in 2008. Mr. Fuhrman has over 10 years of experience in the government, health care and political fields. He served as Special Assistant to Governor Jeb Bush from 1999-2002, and represented a wide range of clients before the Florida Legislative and Executive branches as Director of Legislative Affairs for The Rubin Group and President of Meridian Consulting Group.
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