Become a MIFA Member
Deepen your fraud management expertiseWe invite all participants in the healthcare ecosystem, including healthcare organizations, self-insuring companies, third-party administrators, law-enforcement, government agencies, technology service providers, academia, professional services and research firms to join MIFA either as a Member or Strategic Partner.
MIFA members are leaders in fraud reduction working collaboratively to share best practices necessary to identify fraud trends and patterns. MIFA members collaborate to develop tools, technologies and processes necessary to increase loss avoidance, improve consumer confidence and assist with law enforcement prosecutions.
As a MIFA member, your company gains opportunities to deepen its fraud management expertise. Members gain access to members-only meetings, events and teleconferences. Members participating on our Board of Directors and Steering Committee develop our agendas and working groups to focus on issues such as compliance with regulations (HIPAA/HITECH), policies and procedures governing patient data, management activities, technologies, security governance practices, risk assessments and closing the gap between data breach identification and notification. The interaction and sharing of information are the strongest tools that will help MIFA to slow the expansion of medical identity fraud.
As participants in a national community of fraud-reduction leaders, members benefit from strategic positioning and recognition of their efforts in formulating best practices and gain opportunities for collaboration, brand visibility and professional development.
MIFA Members are Leaders who:
- Identify key medical identity fraud management and information protection challenges impacting markets and customers.
- Engage and network with top thought leaders on medical identity fraud, information protection and privacy and security issues.
- Work with a broad network of potential business partners and customers, from companies offering fraud, risk management and information security services, to data custodians and government agencies with a stake in fraud prevention.
- Are recognized as contributors to consumer-related education and engagement campaigns.
As a MIFA member, you will not only gain access to innovative applied research, white papers and project documents. You will also strengthen your organization’s stance against fraud and reassure your constituents of your commitment to the fight against fraud and to protecting the public by:
- Enhancing current efforts to lessen exposure to fraud losses.
- Developing a comprehensive benchmarking and research agenda.
- Improving and sharing best practices procedures, tools and technologies to protect PHI/PII.
- Designing industry-wide metrics to measure risk and capture fraud losses and loss avoidance in order to distinguish trends and patterns of medical identity fraud.
- Using metrics to benchmark performance against other industry participants.
- Shaping best-in-class technologies and educational materials to empower consumers to be the first line of defense in protecting their PHI/PII.
- Working to empower consumers to be the first line of defense in protecting their Protected Health Information (PHI)/Personally Identifiable Information (PII).
Membership in the Medical Identity Fraud Alliance (MIFA) is available to the following entities:
- Health Plan Providers: includes health insurers, managed care organizations, self-insured/self administered organizations, third-party administrators and other similar organizations.
- Healthcare Providers: includes organizations that furnish, or are paid for healthcare related services in the normal course of business.
- Healthcare Support Services Providers: includes “Business Associates” and organizations that are primarily involved in providing support services to Health Plans or Healthcare Providers.
- Technology Service Providers: includes organizations that provide technology or services that assist organizations in maintaining the privacy and security of information and mitigating the impact of disclosures of information.
- Professional Services Providers: includes individuals and organizations that provide professional services such as legal, accounting and consulting services.
To apply for Membership, please complete the MIFA Membership Application and return it to Info@MedIDFraud.org
Annual dues are based on the organizations market capital (if publicly traded) or net revenue (if privately held).
|Market Capitol or Net Revenue||Annual Dues|
|$10B – $49.9B||$15,000|
|$500M – $9.99B||$10,000|
|$100M – $499.99M||$5,000|
Strategic Partnership in the Medical Identity Fraud Alliance (MIFA) is available by invitation only to the following entities:
- Government Agencies: including both state and federal law enforcement, regulatory and those policy and administrative agencies responsible for healthcare related issues.
- Consumer Organizations: advocating on behalf of consumers.
- Academia: including institutions of higher learning.
- Research: Including organizations responsible for benchmarking and research activities.
- Industry Associations: including those focused on issues associated with the healthcare, information technology, privacy, risk management and fraud reduction.
You are not eligible for Strategic Partnership if you are a healthcare provider, sell healthcare services, technology service provider or product vendor.
To apply for Strategic Partnership, please complete the MIFA Strategic Partner Application and return it to Info@MedIDFraud.org
Strategic Partner Eligibility
To be eligible to become a Strategic Partner, organizations must be a public or nonprofit organization willing to provide, in lieu of a fee to participate, expertise and resources necessary to support the MIFA mission.Strategic Partner Application