CAIF

AcronymDefinition
CAIFCoalition Against Insurance Fraud
CAIFCanadian Association of Income Funds (est. 2002; Toronto, Ontario, Canada)
CAIFCommon Announcement Interchange Format
CAIFChild Abuse Intervention Fund
CAIFCollaborative Artefacts Interactive Furniture (workshop; Switzerland)
CAIFChart Audit Information Form (pain assessment)
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CAIF is India's first industry-led platform, aiming to build a circular apparel and textile industry in India.
Highlighting the vast investment opportunities in Central Asia will be one of the main goals of the Central Asia Investment Forum (CAIF), said a message on EBRD's website.
CAIF seeks to promote international friendship, understanding and peace, which as was theme of the competition.
Vendors and organizations mentioned in the Aite Group report include the Coalition Against Insurance Fraud (CAIF), CSC, Detica NetReveal, Equifax, Experian, FICO, IBM, Innovation Group, Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC), ISO/Verisk, KPMG, LexisNexis, Mattersight, Mitchell, the National Insurance Crime Bureau (NICB), SAP, SAS, and TransUnion.
According to the National Insurance Crime Bureau and CAIF, the other most common questionable claims are faked or exaggerated injuries (e.g., suspicious slips and falls), questionable theft (e.g., of a vehicle), prior damage, fictitious loss or suspicious theft.
Para los ninos de 0 a 3 anos, solo estan disponibles los servicios publicos destinados a sectores de bajos recursos (Centros de Atencion a la Infancia y la Familia, CAIF).
While organizations like the Coalition Against Insurance Fraud (CAIF) and the National Insurance Crime Bureau (NICB) keep a close eye on trends, insurance company special investigative units (SIUs) each have different ways of tracking claims data--making it difficult to get a hard-and-fast number for specific types of fraud, says Roger Morris, the NICB's vice president of communications.
Conservative guesses put the cost of fraud across all lines at $80 billion a year, said Jim Quiggle of the Coalition Against Insurance Fraud (CAIF).
(4) Medical Genetics Sector, Assistance Center for Cleft Lip and Palate (CAIF), Brazil
The diversion of all prescription medications from legal sources to illegal sources is estimated to cost public and private medical insurers approximately $72.5 billion a year (CAIF 2007).
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