Fraud detection software

Improve fraud detection and prevention with Fraud Detect 

A powerful tool that utilizes expert machine-learning technology

Providing you with actionable, trusted analytics and results

Detect fraudulent behavior with confidence

Get detailed analyses to predict and detect complex schemes. You'll receive risk-scoring, stack-ranked lists of all program providers and participants based on their risk for fraud.

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Advanced prediction and machine-learning technology

Discover potential fraud through trends, patterns, clusters, and individual leads. This information is delivered through easy-to-interpret graphs, link charts, tables, and other methods to clearly display the cause for suspicion.

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Enhanced lead prioritization

With the addition of CLEAR public records, your analysts and investigators are provided with enhanced program data containing live data updates that can highlight which leads should be prioritized.

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Fraud Detect can meet your industry-specific needs


Identify fraudulent behavior in provider and program billing and deceased or incarcerated beneficiaries. Review trends of a program participant's information, behaviors, and transactions.


Find fictitious businesses — and improper or overpayments — while keeping unemployment benefits in the right hands. Receive a complete view of potential fictitious businesses and trends.

Social Services

Detect complex SNAP fraud schemes, get a comprehensive review of fraudulent patterns in SNAP programs, and reduce the amount of improper benefit payments with Fraud Detect.

The value of Fraud Detect

$18.7 million recovered 

Fraud Detect identified $50 million in overpayments, which led to $18.7 million in recoveries by Medicaid Inspector General.

39,000 applicants vetted 

California's Office of Statewide Health Planning analyzed and vetted 39,000 applicants in one week.

$130 million identified 

The duplicate payment model identified $130 million in duplicate payments.