On 26 and 27 October 2023, the European Healthcare Fraud and Corruption Network (EHFCN), supported by the Belgian National Institute for Health and Disability Insurance (NIHDI), organizes an international conference: 2 days of a fully packed program!

The 15th EHFCN Conference will address aspects related to new technologies, artificial intelligence and behavioral insights in healthcare:

“Strengthening methods to prevent & tackle Fraud and Waste in Healthcare:

 Cloud Technologies, Artificial Intelligence & Behavioral Insights”


For questions and information you can reach us at office@ehfcn.org

What is the agenda?

This conference will explore challenges, threats and opportunities raised by new technologies in the healthcare sector: fraud detection and prevention have made enormous strides through new technologies and data-driven innovation, including cloud technologies, data mining, machine learning and other forms of Artificial Intelligence (AI).

New opportunities which raise questions about cybersecurity, GDPR-compliance and privacy.

How can these new technologies better prevent and combat fraud and waste in healthcare by taking into account behavioral sciences and integrity? Find out more by attending our international conference!

Please note that one day before the conference, on 25 October 2023, this day will be dedicated to our members and will address concrete issues that impact our members in their daily professional life.

The conference will gather EHFCN Members, policymakers, European institutions, academia as well as healthcare experts to discuss the topics. Moreover, it will be an excellent opportunity to meet relevant stakeholders from all over the world. The conference will take place in person.



About our host

This event is organized under the auspices of the National Institute for Health and Disability Insurance (NIHDI) organizes and financially manages healthcare insurance in Belgium.
From within NIHDI, the Service for Medical Evaluation and Control (SECM) is developing highly efficient systems and tools of evaluation, prevention, detection and investigation of improper use of the federal healthcare resources by healthcare providers and suppliers.