Calling all older adults and people who care about them: please join InfraGard NCR for the first in a four-part series on Elder Justice & health care!
This series aims to show you what health care fraud and abuse against older adults looks like, why criminals are targeting older adults, and how we can work together to keep older adults safe. As June 15 is World Elder Abuse Awareness Day, our Elder Justice events in June will focus on health care frauds and abuse/neglect that impact older adults.
In this first session, experts from the FBI and AARP will identify the health care fraud schemes that target older adults, describe the red flags that might accompany such schemes, explain how to report these frauds, and offer guidance about what to do if you’re the victim of such a fraud.
Greg Heeb, Unit Chief, Health Care Fraud Unit, FBIHQ
Greg Heeb is the unit chief of the Health Care Fraud Unit, Criminal Investigative Division, FBIHQ
Amy Nofziger, Director, Fraud Victim Support, AARP
Amy is responsible for AARP’s fraud victim support, including consumer outreach, marketing and promotions, volunteer management, research, grant management, and strategic partnerships. Additionally, acts as AARP’s Fraud Watch Network spokesperson for media inquiries and subject matter expert opportunities and manages the AARP Fraud Watch Helpline.
Who Can Attend:
Open to anyone.
Older adults, people who care for older adults, and people who have customers/clients who are older adults