Fraudsters are always looking for a way to steal personal information and money that does not belong to them. Check out this eBook to learn the top 5 tech trends state tax agencies are utilizing to protect themselves and their taxpayers against tax refund identity fraud in 2017.
The following technology trends and measures are examples of how tax agencies are using technology in 2017 to help taxpayers submit their tax returns in a secure and efficient manner:
The important question for agencies and public utility companies to consider is whether or not they are utilizing the most effective identity analytics tools and technologies available, which are specifically designed to maximize debt recovery and minimize those debts determined to be “uncollectable”. To better understand how identity analytics can fuel unpaid utilities collections efforts, read this new piece.
Unemployment Insurance programs have been a major target for Identity Fraud. Contributing to this is the ease in which criminals can obtain stolen identities and the lure of quick money. Last year alone $5.6 billion was lost due to improper payments. Learn what other agencies are doing to prevent identity fraud and a multi-layered prevention approach that will help you prevent fraud before it occurs.
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 fraud.
A recent research study, commissioned by LexisNexis and conducted by the GOVERNING Institute, examines the perspectives of taxpayers and state government officials on the problem of identity-based state tax refund fraud.
Imagine how productive your debt offset program would be if your debtor identification and identity contact data never eroded or became inaccurate. Imagine how it would affect your agency’s bottom line if previously “uncollectable” debt became collectable. To find out how powerful new identity resolution technology is helping government agencies collect on debts previously deemed “uncollectable”, read this new piece.
Every day, drivers pass through state toll ways without paying. One by one those unpaid tolls add up to millions of dollars of lost revenue. Much of that revenue never gets collected because the identity and contact information of the offenders are outdated and inaccurate, and those records are deemed “uncollectable”. Read this piece to learn new insights on how toll authorities can improve collections with identity analytics.
The LexisNexis Advanced Investigative Solution is a web-based tool that integrates identity data and law enforcement data sets to help instantly uncover leads that would normally take days or weeks to track down manually.
Robust identity verification and authentication strategies help safeguard meaningful EMR users — and achieve meaningful benefits — of digitally driven care. As the federal government institutes a phased-compliance approach toward a fully digital health care delivery system — complete with patient portals, electronic medical records (EMRs) and multi-provider data exchange — evidence reveals that some providers may still not recognize the benefits of digitization and related remote access technologies.
Social media is increasingly valuable to the way law enforcement professionals operate in both crime prevention and investigation. However, as social media use becomes more prevalent, there remain many questions regarding how exactly it is utilized to optimal effect in criminal investigations.
In health care, confirming the identity & credentials of medical professionals is crucial. The faster you do it, the faster you can put them to work treating patients and, ultimately billing for services. Identity is key to credentialing.
Identities are not what we think they are, and identity theft is only a fraction of identity risk. This framework describes and explains the totality of identity risk for government agencies. Learn new approaches to decrease fraud against a myriad of government benefits programs using data and analytics.
Identity-based fraud impacts all aspect of government programs and can be detected with robust tools and comprehensive data applied to the agency’s own data. This approach develops a comprehensive picture of the fraudulent activity to alert government agencies to potential criminal behavior.
Identity proofing is critical to mitigating the failure to ensure the right benefits and services go to the right people. But it’s not only about “truing up” a name and a benefit at a single point in time. This whitepaper discusses how agencies must also stay apprised of any changes to the individual’s status that may render him or her ineligible for future payments.
Identity-based government collections can revolutionize the way government agencies collect debts. With identity analytics, agencies can seize this opportunity, recovering old debts to fund critical government programs in this time of unprecedented fiscal constraint.
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.
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.
This whitepaper will shift the focus of the discussion of identity management away from authentication methodology and towards the broader health care context in which identity management is no longer a luxury, but a necessity.
Law Enforcement officers use a variety of methods to identify people that they encounter. Learn how identity management solutions can help prevent fraud, reduce mistaken identities, validate fugitive and wanted person captures, and prevent early release of the wrong prisoner and more.
Identity issues have a strong impact on government mail operations. The primary reason lies in the quality of government contact data: people’s identities evolve over time, but government data does not. Learn new approaches on how to help your agency resolve identities, achieve cost savings and reduce overall spending tied to your returned mail problem.