More than half of insurers surveyed now use anti-fraud technology solutions, according to “The State of Insurance Fraud Technology: A study of insurer use, strategies and plans for anti-fraud technology,” from the Coalition Against Insurance Fraud and SAS. However the study found that while the majority of respondents (79 percent) said that special investigations units are the sponsors of anti-fraud projects, other departments typically control the project budgets, which could slow the implementation of the technologies, the study said.

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