Author: M.J. Friedrich
“This article explores the scope and variety of fraudulent conduct in health services and discusses emerging anticorruption tools and interagency frameworks that could limit corruption. Data and technology can play a big role in improving transparency and accountability. Online social network platforms can be used as educational tools to increase public awareness about corruption as well as to increase citizen participation in monitoring and reporting of corruption. Efforts aimed at analysis and mining of large reimbursement data sets can also detect health care fraud.”
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