Intent to Deceive - Health Care Fraud

Intent to Deceive - Health Care Fraud

October 24, 2023 7:30 AM to 9:00 AMNorwood Hotel - Promenade A Ballroom, Winnipeg, Manitoba
Area of Interest: Pensions, Benefits, Investments, Networking Format: In Person

Breakfast and Seminar presented by CPBI Manitoba

Breakfast 7:30am

Presentation 8:00am-9:00am

Norwood Hotel, 112 Marion Street, Winnipeg

This presentation explores the types, causes and impacts of benefits fraud, as well as the best practices to prevent, detect and report it. We will share some real-life case studies recently reported in the media, a fascinating disability investigation and the extent and impact of collusion on a plan.  The presentation aims to raise awareness and educate all stakeholders on the importance of fighting benefits fraud and maintaining the integrity of the benefits plan.

Learning Objectives:

- Define benefits fraud and identify its common types and indicators

- Understand the implications of benefits fraud for plan sponsors, members and providers

- Recognize the role and responsibility of all stakeholders in combating benefits fraud

- Apply the tools and resources available to help you protect your plan from benefits fraud

Who Should Attend:

If you are a benefit plan advisor, benefit administrator, human resources professional, manager and staff who are involved in designing, implementing, and monitoring benefits plans for their employees, this presentation will be of interest to you.



Our Presenter:

Gary Askin - Assistant Vice President, Fraud and Risk Management

Sun Life Financial Canada

Gary has been with Sun Life since September 2014 and has brought 33 years of experience from his former role as a Commander of Strategic and Tactical services with the Waterloo Regional Police Service-where he investigated and lead drug, organized crime, terrorism, gangs, intelligence, and hate crime teams and investigations.

As the Assistant Vice President Gary Askin provides strategic direction and day to day leadership to the Fraud Risk Management team.

Currently leading a team of 100 Sun Life fraud investigators and analysts using a dynamic and fluid intelligence led approach based on leading technology, experienced staff and innovative investigative techniques to prevent benefits fraud.

He is an expert in internal affairs, interviewing, drug and criminal investigations, hate crimes and terrorism, workplace harassment and violence investigations.

He was trained in Israel, Belgium, Germany, Italy and Canada in criminal organizations, terrorism, major events, protests, natural disaster and emergency management planning.

He is a published author and social media award winner.

Registration Fee
CPBI Members: $65

Future Members: $125

Table of Six: $375



CE Credits
1 CE Credit will be offered in partnership with The Insurance Council of Manitoba and the Life Insurance Council of Saskatchewan. 

Cancellation Policy
1 CE Credit will be offered in partnership with The Insurance Council of Manitoba and the Life Insurance Council of Saskatchewan.
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