Reports: IT, software can prevent health care fraud

10/18/2005 | Modern Healthcare (free registration)

A substantial reduction in health care fraud-related spending could be achieved with the use of automated coding software and other information technology, according to new reports from the American Health Information Management Association. The reports included a list of 10 principles for protecting the national health information network from fraud.

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