Live Webinar

Fraud Analytics Implementation – Insights From the Insiders

Get the inside line on fraud analytics from experts at the forefront of implementation.

Sept. 13 • 1 p.m. ET • Cost: Complimentary

About the webinar

Embarking on an enterprise fraud, waste and abuse analytics implementation?

Are you modernizing and moving away from digging through data and hitting "top 20" lists?

Prepare yourself, understand where pitfalls have hurt other organizations on their path to success, and get surprise analytics insight from past projects.

Join us for this session with a moderated panel of experts who'll provide multiple, nuanced perspectives on implementing and adopting analytics.

Learn how to use analytics at the core of ROI and bring success to SIUs and program integrity units, reduce waste and support cost containment.

Why attend?

  • Understand the factors that determine whether you're ready for an analytics solution.
  • Hear firsthand, from the customer side, what makes these implementations successful.
  • Find out what kind of unexpected hidden gems the analytics implementation process can reveal from your data.

Note: NHCAA continuing education credit will be awarded to those individuals who attend 75% or more of this webinar.

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About the Experts


Carl Hammersburg (moderator)
Senior Manager, Government and Health Care Risk and Fraud, SAS

Hammersburg brings more than 30 years of experience and passion to preventing fraud, waste and abuse in public and private health care programs. He joined SAS in 2012 and has worked with more than a dozen countries in detecting and acting on risks.

Carl spent 22 years working in Medicaid and public workers' compensation programs handling analytics, audit detection, claim investigation, provider audit/fraud and premium evasion.

As Division Head of Fraud Prevention and Compliance, Carl served as an executive branch lead on a Joint Legislative Task Force, creating significant legislative changes in data sharing and enforcement. He oversaw comprehensive fraud detection and audit selection analytics solutions that used data from 15 programs across state and federal agencies, earning awards from two governors for leadership and results.  


Sarah Rawls
Consulting Manager, SAS

Rawls brings more than eight years of experience in analytic solutions and business advisory services in both public and private health care. With an MS in advanced analytics from North Carolina State University, Rawls began her career at SAS in 2014 as an analytical consultant and is now a manager. She applies sound analytic business consulting, statistical modeling, analytics, database management and data manipulation techniques to assist customers in program integrity.


Corey Kozak
Senior Analytical Consultant, SAS

Kozak is an experienced analytical consultant in data science and analytics. He is skilled in SAS programming, fraud detection, predictive modeling, data visualization and geospatial analysis. In six years at SAS, he has deployed multiple successful solutions surfacing fraud, waste and abuse for private and public insurers across US and Canadian markets. He holds a master's degree in economics and a bachelor's degree in business administration.


Kim Lewis, RN
Senior Fraud Consultant, Health Care, SAS

A nurse for over 16 years, Lewis uses SAS' fraud solutions to help customers with faster, more aggressive investigation and detection of fraud, improper payments and cost containment. She provides technical, clinical and business support for an extensive portfolio of public and private health care entities. She works with SAS analysts to develop new scenarios and identify emerging schemes and risk areas.