Claims Integrity Member Network Meeting 2024
Sydney, Australia | 26 – 29 February 2024
Our Claims Integrity member network will meet for three days in Sydney, allowing our members from the region and beyond to meet face to face for the first time since 2019 in Australia. Much has changed since we last met nearly five years ago, and we foresee a busy three days. The agenda will be devoted equally between time for members to share problems, methodologies and solutions and then visiting industry leading companies in the sector.
We encourage those attending to share within our network a current issue, an emerging problem and ideally a technique to tackle this. A huge amount of value is derived from the insights our members gain for sharing common issues within this trusted member network.
We will be hosted by Google at their Pyrmont office in the city, Insight Health Solutions & IBM AI Analytics team. We intend to cover, plus other member suggested topics:
- The effect of “income squeeze” on fraud
- AI case studies
- Digital trust
- Predictive modelling
- Organized crime groups
- Workflows internally & prioritising cases
Venues: Kimpton Margot Hotel Sydney and Bupa Australia Offices (255 George St, Sydney)
Timings: The meeting will commence at 18.30 with drinks and a casual dinner on Monday 26 February. The next three days will be spent as a group combining meeting external companies and sharing insights as a group between members. The meeting will then conclude at 15.30pm on the 29 February after a day spent at the Bupa offices. We are currently working with our external hosts to confirm timings within our meeting timeframe, but our agenda can be found here to review the day-to-day sessions.
Fee: iFHP operates a cost recovery on the fee we charge. The fee for the three days is priced at £950.00 for three days including all dinners (3 evenings) and meetings but excluding hotel (if local to Sydney). If you require a hotel the fee is £1695.00. The hotel will cover three nights of the 26, 27 & 28th (departures on the 29th) and iFHP has made a group booking across the three nights.