NICB Medical Investigations Academy
The National Insurance Crime Bureau is pleased to announce the fall session of the Medical Investigations Academy. This training provides investigators in the insurance industry, law enforcement, and NICB the skills required to recognize and understand basic medical fraud and is intended for investigators new
[NICB recommends that attendees take the NICTA online course “Introduction to CPT Codes in Medical Billing Fraud”, as a prerequisite prior to attending the Medical Investigations Academy to be best prepared for, and gain the most from, the CPT Coding course offered at the medical academy. The online medical course is located on the National Insurance Crime Training Academy (NICTA) website: www.nicta.org. The direct link to the medical courses is: http://www.nicta.org/studentunion.html. If you are interested in taking one or more of the online courses, you will need to log in or sign up as a new student. If your company is a corporate license holder of NICTA, you will need to enter your company’s corporate code after you log in, to bypass the payment option.]
October 26 - 29, 2015 (Sunday, Oct. 25, is a travel day and Thursday, Oct. 29, after 6:30PM, and/or Friday, Oct. 30, is a travel day).
NICB Headquarters Office
1111 E. Touhy Avenue, Suite 400
Des Plaines, IL 60018
March 17 – 20, 2014
Eligibility for academy attendance is restricted to the direct (not contracted) employees of member companies. Additionally, government agencies and law enforcement are eligible to attend the academy on a space available basis if their current assignment involves the investigation of insurance crime.
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