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Waste, Fraud, Abuse and Level Five Papercuts

December 15, 2021

Waste, Fraud, Abuse and Level Five Papercuts - Benefits Claims Intelligence (BCI)

The computers at Benefits Claims Intelligence (BCI) never get tired. Their goal is to discover ongoing waste, fraud, and abuse not detected after the TPAs or Third Party Administrators have reviewed the data. They work WITH the brokers and count on them to help their clients discover double and triple bills, upbills, and other errors in insurance claims, then take steps to recover those costs. Sally and Leigh's guests from BCI - Edward Cotler and Donald Hutson. Join them for this episode, "Waste, Fraud, Abuse and Level Five Papercuts."

About our guests:

Don Hutson

As Executive Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer for Benefits Claims Intelligence, he is instrumental in the management of the firm, which is a Software Services entity. BCI, with its proprietary software, helps identify fraud, waste, and abuse in clients’ health care plans and assists in the recoupment of those funds.

Today, Don is tasked with building the marketing channel of associates who are instrumental in the securing of clients for BCI. He is also a partner in the business and serves on the Executive Management Committee. Don is the author or co-author of 16 business books, including his two Wall Street Journal and New York Times best sellers, The One Minute Entrepreneur and the One Minute Negotiator.

Edward Cotler

Edward Cotler is the Chief Operating Officer of BCI. Prior to joining BCI, Ed worked as a consultant for multiple technology startup companies, assisting his clients with operational, strategic and fundraising advice.

Ed was formerly an investment banker at Goldman Sachs, with a specific focus on developing new products and new lines of business for the firm. In this capacity, Ed worked with some of the firm’s biggest corporate clients as well as many emerging early-stage companies. Prior to Goldman, Ed worked to both start and grow new business at Deutsche Bank and at Merrill Lynch.

Ed earned an MBA in Finance and Management from Columbia Business School and an SB in Computer Science & Engineering from MIT.

 

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