VSP's Fraud Watch Program

Health care fraud and abuse is rapidly becoming one of the most widespread and expensive crimes committed today. It affects the health of thousands of patients and the financial stability of numerous health care companies.

VSP has addressed this issue by creating its own Anti-fraud and Abuse Program.

To further meet our responsibility in preventing this crime, VSP is educating our employees and business partners on the indicators of fraud, the most common of which involve a false statement or deliberate omission of information involving patient care or benefits.

Indicators of potential health care fraud and abuse include:

  • Duplicate billing
  • Billing for services/materials not received
  • The use of a relative's unused benefits after the patient has exhausted his/her own benefit
  • Exaggerating services/materials received
You can help report suspected incidents of health care fraud via e-mail at contactSIU@VSP.com.


If you have received a purported VSP business check under the guise of a questionable Internet business transaction, employment opportunity, ”Mystery Shopper” solicitation, or to collect lottery winnings, it may be a situation in which an unknown person (not VSP nor connected with us) is attempting to defraud you.