Alaska Health Care Fraud Task Force

Logo of Alaska Health Care Fraud Task Force with seals from partner agencies including the FBI, DOD, DEA, HHS, Alaska Department of Law, and Alaska Department of Health and Social Services


The Alaska Health Care Fraud Task Force (AHCFTF) is a partnership of local, state, federal, and private agencies focused on the investigation of health care fraud, waste, and abuse in Alaska or affecting Alaskan interests.


The AHCFTF seeks to identify health care fraud offenders and pursue investigations against them through partnerships with local, state, and federal agencies.

The private sector is also an important partner in the fight against health care fraud. The AHCFTF is actively involved in the Healthcare Fraud Prevention Partnership, an information-sharing effort between the government and private sector that works to stop this type of crime. The AHCFTF also works closely with insurance groups such as the National Health Care Anti-Fraud Association, the National Insurance Crime Bureau, and private insurance investigative units to help combat health care fraud.

Contact Us

Complaints, tips, and information related to health care fraud may be reported online at or by calling the FBI Anchorage Field Office at (907) 276-4441.

Key Partners

The FBI is the primary agency for exposing and investigating health care fraud, with jurisdiction over both federal and private insurance programs. Health care fraud investigations are considered a high priority within the FBI’s complex financial crime program, and the Anchorage Field Office coordinates initiatives, task forces, and undercover operations to specifically and proactively investigate health care fraud. FBI Anchorage’s key partners in health care fraud investigations include: