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Mapping review

Approaches to reduce welfare- and insurance fraud: A systematic mapping review

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The Norwegian Directorate of Labour and Welfare (NAV) commissioned the Division for Health Services in the Norwegian Institute of Public Health to map all studies exploring, investigating or measuring different approaches to prevent and identify welfare- and insurance fraud.

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The Norwegian Directorate of Labour and Welfare (NAV) commissioned the Division for Health Services in the Norwegian Institute of Public Health to map all studies exploring, investigating or measuring different approaches to prevent and identify welfare- and insurance fraud.


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About this publication

  • Year: 2018
  • By: Norwegian Institute of Public Health
  • Authors Ames H, Holte HH, Said MA, Heintz M, Berg RC.
  • ISBN (digital): 978-82-8082-964-1

Key message

The Norwegian Directorate of Labour and Welfare (NAV) commissioned the Division for Health Services in the Norwegian Institute of Public Health to map all studies exploring, investigating or measuring different approaches to prevent and identify welfare- and insurance fraud.

Method

We conducted a systematic mapping review to identify and describe all research about efforts to prevent and identify welfare- and insurance fraud. In April 2018, a research librarian searched in major databases for empirical research published between 2000-2018. We also undertook searches in reference lists and grey literature (i.e. non-formal, commercial channels). We set broad inclusion criteria whereby all empirical research about efforts intended to prevent and identify welfare- and insurance fraud, conducted by recipients of welfare benefits or insurance schemes, were eligible for inclusion. Two independent reviewers screened all retrieved records from the literature search.

Results

No studies met the inclusion criteria. That is, we identified no studies that examined efforts intended to prevent or identify welfare- and insurance fraud, conducted by recipients of welfare benefits or insurance schemes.  

 

Research is needed to examine different approaches to prevent and identify welfare and insurance fraud that is conducted by recipients of welfare benefits or insurance schemes.