“Pondera’s FraudCaster system has been instrumental for fraud and trafficking detection. The new case management system has improved business processes and data gathering for the 366B. As a result, Nevada’s investigation and recovery team is more efficient and effective.”
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Pondera’s system is used for compliance, financial exposure reporting, risk analysis, and fraud and waste detection across multiple social services programs including Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF), the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), Women, Infants, and Children (WIC), and various facility and home-based programs. It is built to help our clients ensure that limited program dollars are delivered to those who are qualified to receive them.
The system includes alerts, geospatial maps, and prediction algorithms built specifically for social services programs and analyzes household composition, program regulations, service providers and facilities, individual transactions, and behaviors over time. It is used for ongoing program analytics and for eligibility validation.
Pondera’s Facility Scorecard ranks and scores every licensed facility for risk potential. The risk scores are derived from the individual alerts and allow licensing teams to “stack rank” their providers to prioritize field reviews or investigations.
Pondera’s reporting for social service programs includes configurable standard reports to track and trend a variety of metrics for both internal and external stakeholders. As an example, our Case Tracker FNS 366B report is integrated and automated and allows users to generate a 366B with the click of a few buttons instead of hours of painful data collection.
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