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Perspecta has a need for a Fraud Investigator – Healthcare.
SafeGuard Services (SGS), a subsidiary of Perspecta, performs data analysis, investigations, and medical review to detect, prevent, deter, reduce, and make referrals to recover fraud, waste, and abuse.
Since 1999, SGS has prevented more than $7.9 billion in inappropriate payments, consisting of over $5.2 billion in proactively Prevented Dollars and $2.7 billion in Recovered Dollars. Our experience with conducting fraud and abuse investigations has resulted in the referral of hundreds of cases to law enforcement and resulted in successful criminal and civil prosecution and civil monetary penalties.
The position requires the individual to use a variety of tools to initiate investigations, identify subjects and develop cases for future action, including referral to law enforcement, education, over payment recovery and other administrative actions. The individual will work with internal resources and external agencies to develop cases and corrective actions as well as respond to requests for data and support.
- This position may require the incumbent to appear in court to testify
- Ability to perform research and draw conclusions
- Ability to present issues of concern, citing regulatory violations, alleging schemes or scams to defraud the Government
- Ability to organize a case file, accurately and thoroughly document all steps taken
- Ability to compose correspondence, reports and referral summary letters
- Ability to educate providers, provider associations, law enforcement, other contractors and beneficiary advocacy groups on program safeguard matters
- Ability to communicate effectively, internally and externally
- Ability to interpret laws and regulations
- Ability to handle confidential material.
- Ability to report work activity on a timely basis.
- Ability to work independently and as a member of a team to deliver high quality work
- Ability to attend meetings, training, and conferences, overnight travel required
Must be a US Citizen
Education and Experience:
- Bachelor degree preferred and 3-5 years of prior investigative experience
- Managed Care or pharmaceutical experience a plus
- Strong investigative skills
- Strong communication and organization skills
- Experience in reviewing claims for technical requirements, performing medical review, and/or developing fraud cases
- Strong PC knowledge and skills