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ANNUAL SEMINAR

2019 IOWA-NEBRASKA IASIU TRAINING SEMINAR

April 23 - April 24, 2019


Courtyard by Marriott Ankeny, IA

The 2019 Training Seminar will focus on Medical Fraud, Property Fraud and Ethics sessions. Please click on the brochure link below to view the full agenda. 
 

HOTEL ROOM RESERVATIONS:
Single or Double Occupancy $114/night

Use Group Code: IA-NE IASIU

Click for reservation - WWW.MARRIOTT.COM

Call for Reservation: 515-422-5555

Room Rate available to 4/10/2019

 

SEMINAR REGISTRATION RATES VARY
click Seminar Brochure for rates

Early bird discounted rates end 4/10/2019

SEMINAR BROCHURE

PRINTABLE REGISTRATION FORM     

ONLINE REGISTRATION & PAYMENT

EXHIBITOR & SPONSOR REGISTRATION FORM

EXHIBITORS & SPONSORS

2019 IA-NE Chpt of IASIU Seminar – Sponsors & Exhibitors

Sponsors

  • Presidential  -- Pen-Link

  • Gold—Onsite Engineering & Forensic Services, Inc.

  • Silver – Bradshaw, Fowler, Proctor & Fairgrave P.C.

  • Bronze – Carmoney Law

  • Hospitality Suite – Wandling Engineering

Exhibitors

  • Frasco Investigative Services

  • Capital Investigating

  • CoventBridge Group

  • Blue Eagle Investigations, Inc.

  • KPE Engineering-Architects-Forensic Experts

  • EFI Global, Inc.

  • Thomson Reuters (CLEAR)

  • Rimkus Consulting Group, Inc.

  • Splashlight, Inc.

  • IHC- International Healthcare Consultants Inc- Free booth for Dr. Wakefield

  • Independent Forensic Investigation Corporation

  • Wandling Engineering

  • Penlink

OTHER TRAINING EVENTS

Insurance Fraud Conference
19th Annual Insurance Fraud Conference – hosted by the Nebraska Department of Insurance Fraud Prevention Division, August 6, 2019
2019 Conference Brochure

 Des Moines Sept. 23rd and Omaha Sept. 25th.

Topic:  Forensic Accounting

 

Speaker:  Roger Nearmyer, CPA, owner of Nearmyer & Associates, P.C. and experienced forensic accountant, will speak at the Iowa and Nebraska lunch & learn.  Looking back on 25+ years of providing forensic accounting services to the insurance industry, he’ll review common mistakes and overlooked red flags by claims handlers, and use some of his most interesting cases as examples. He’ll explain why the single most effective way to uncover insurance fraud is to think like the crook and then analyze like an accountant.