The March 2021 Fort Worth ACFE Monthly Chapter meeting will be held virtually. See the event and speaker details below:
||March 24, 2021
|Latisha R. Cleveland
||HHS/OIG/OI Overview and Emerging Health Care Fraud Trends
||No prerequisites are required
||12:50 PM Meeting Opens
1:00 PM Presentation
||$10 - Fort Worth ACFE Chapter Member
$20 - Non-Member / Guest
$10 - Student
||1 (must register and sign in with your name for credit)
About The Speaker
Latisha R. Cleveland is a Supervisory Special Agent with 20 years of experience with U.S. Department of Health and Human Service, Office of Inspector General, Office of Investigations (HHS/OIG/OI). Latisha began her career as a Special Agent with HHS/OIG/OI in 2001 gaining significant experience investigating allegations of health care fraud, grant fraud, and sensitive investigations involving misconduct by Federal employees and contractors. Latisha’s work has resulted in numerous successful administrative proceedings, civil settlements, over 40 criminal convictions (including 75 and 80 year sentences of imprisonment for single defendants); and over $80 million in restitution to the Medicare and Medicaid programs. One of her investigations led to the largest Medicaid provider attendant services case charged in Texas history and was recognized in 2018 with an Inspector General’s Award for Fighting Fraud, Waste and Abuse.
Latisha’s current responsibilities include reviewing, conducting and coordinating investigative activities related to fraud, waste, abuse, and mismanagement in U.S. Department of Health and Human Services programs and operations, including wrongdoing by applicants, grantees, and contractors, or by agency employees in the performance of their official duties. Latisha represents the Dallas Region as a liaison to the Department of Justice and associated prosecutive offices in all matters relating to investigations of agency programs and to the Center for Medicaid, Medicare Services; and other outside organizations and entities regarding investigative activities. She is currently serving as the Northern District of Texas Coronavirus Fraud Coordinator for the Dallas Regional Office of HHS/OIG/OI.