HFPP: About the Partnership
The Healthcare Fraud Prevention Partnership (HFPP) is a voluntary public-private partnership that helps detect and prevent healthcare fraud through data and information sharing. Partners include federal government, state agencies, law enforcement, private health insurance plans, employer organizations, and healthcare anti-fraud associations. The HFPP’s goals are to deliver:
The HFPP helps Partners identify and reduce fraud, waste, and abuse across the healthcare sector through collaboration, data and information sharing, and cross-payer research studies.
The HFPP’s primary goal is to help Partners move from a reactive approach to a preventative approach to identify and address fraud by generating comprehensive strategies that each Partner can use to combat healthcare fraud, waste, and abuse.
- Unparalleled Data Source: The HFPP represents the full spectrum of healthcare payers and anti-fraud associations, which enables data, information sharing, and sophisticated data analytics against a unique cross-payer data set.
- Collaboration & Strategic Partnerships: Through a variety of HFPP events, Partners leverage their collective experiences to meaningfully participate and guide the Partnership.
Public and private sector organizations have long recognized the importance of coordination and information-sharing to combat healthcare fraud. The HFPP was established in 2012 as a public-private partnership with approximately 20 Partners, with data and information sharing as central pillars.
Today, the HFPP has grown to 158 Partners and, given its broad membership, it is uniquely positioned to examine emerging trends and develop key recommendations and strategies to address them.