Ascertaining the scope of the problem in the states is a challenge. Learn more about the reasons for the rise in identity-based tax refund fraud in the states, true challenges facing the states and ways states are leading the fight against identity fraudLearn more at LexisNexis
Identity-theft related income tax refund fraud has been a growing issue facing our nation and will continue to be for years to come. The problem of the federal income tax refund identity fraud has been well-covered by the media; however, there has not been a comprehensive review of the topic at the state level, until now.LexisNexis commissioned the Governing Institute to conduct two studies to understand the perspectives of state government officials and taxpayers as they relate to identity-based state tax refund fraud.Learn more at LexisNexis
Learn how DMVs can help prevent fraud and improve officer safety by implementing proven identity proofing practices.Learn more at LexisNexis
"Analyzing data, including public records, online information and data from the payer’s own transactions can provide an effective way to catch suspicious claims or patterns of behavior. Payers must become more sophisticated in their analysis of providers and patients so they can stop healthcare fraud before claims
are paid. "
For government agencies to find fraud before it happens, they must be able to access records across city, county, and state boundaries. Rather than depending on the records maintained by the agency, LexisNexis identity fraud filters develop a comprehensive picture of the taxpayer’s activity to detect fraud.Learn more at LexisNexis
Advanced analytics leveraging massive public records data sets are changing the way health care enterprises detect and prevent fraud. A pilot program conducted by LexisNexis for the New York State Office of the Medicaid Inspector General (OMIG) not only showcased the power of social networking analytics — integrated with comprehensive external data and powerful linking technology — but also helped reveal the foundations of a massive fraud scheme.Learn more at LexisNexis