Fraud, Forensic & Litigation

Fraud, Forensic & Litigation

Healthcare

Mitigate risk and worry in your business.

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When fraud, contract disputes, litigation or compliance threatens to disrupt your organization, you need insights beyond the numbers to address the business reality of the situation. At HORNE Healthcare, you’ll find the skill set and experience needed to thoroughly address the risk and impact of fraud or litigation. 

Our healthcare team members hold a broad range of credentials, including:

  • Certified Valuation Analyst (CVA)
  • Accredited in Business Valuation (ABV)
  • Certified Healthcare Compliance (CHC)
  • Accredited Senior Appraiser (ASA)
  • Certified Healthcare Financial Professional (CHFP)

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We help you settle cases ranging from routine to complex.

Fraud Detection and Investigation
When your financial data varies from the norm, it could be a sign of inefficient processes — or an indication of possible fraud. Whether internal or external, we’ll help you detect possible fraud and put processes into place to prevent future events from recurring. When fraud is detected, we can conduct thorough document reviews, data analysis, interviews and third-party investigations — all with efficiency and complete discretion.

Litigation Support & Expert Testimony
To achieve the best outcome given the facts of your case, you sometimes need expert witnesses who present unassailable conclusions and testimony. We provide well-documented analysis, expert testimony and a full range of healthcare litigation support to help resolve matters efficiently, with properly supported facts.

Regulatory Compliance Monitoring
Our healthcare team works with you to implement internal controls, adopt effective ethics and strengthen compliance activities. This helps rebuild integrity within your corporate culture and maintains compliance of any formal agreements.

Risk Avoidance Assessment
Acting as an independent monitor, we can benchmark your organization against industry best practices to uncover areas of risk and reduce the likelihood of regulatory remediation.