Friday, June 22, 2018

Adjusting to Fraud

Children like pretend play. They can be whomever they like including warriors, princesses, veterinarians or even grocery store clerks. (I doubt many kids pretend to be a fraudster.) At some point, they grow out of that stage and move on to reality. ...

Pros and Cons

There are times in life when we are faced with making big decisions. Making a list of pros and cons can often be very helpful when assessing a tough situation. An article posted on WMAZ.com shares the details of a con woman who was...

Fraud Care Plan

Health care professionals rely on individualized care plans to successfully treat patients. (These plans can provide details on medical or home health care treatment recommendations and prescriptions.) Medical certificates are issued by physicians or health care providers to provide evidence of a health condition....

Living Large

Twitter is one of the fastest growing ways that people communicate. It is considered a micro-social media platform due to its 160 character limit, but it can provide macro benefits in investigations for law enforcement. In my experience,...

A Need for Respite

Everyone needs a break at some point, especially primary caregivers of people who cannot care for themselves. This duty often falls on the shoulders of family members, who can become exhausted by their efforts. When some periodic relief is needed, a home...

Intercepting Fraud

Interceptions are good if you are rooting for the losing team who catches a misdirected pass with five seconds to go and runs the ball 90 yards for a touchdown that wins the game. A press release from the Department of Justice details...

Free Ride

It is estimated that Medicaid fraud costs American taxpayers approximately $80 billion per year. A portion of that tab can be traced to fraudulent ambulance transport providers, who are supposed to provide a ride to qualified beneficiaries requiring medical services. An article...

Feeding Fraud

If a patient is unable to consume food or liquids by mouth, doctors may prescribe a feeding tube that can be put directly into the stomach through the abdomen. This procedure bypasses the mouth and esophagus and goes directly into the intestinal system,...

Addicted to Fraud

Drug and alcohol abuse can harm a person's health and personal relationships, and interfere with his/her ability to work. An article posted on InsuranceNewsNet.com tells about a pharmacy owner who became addicted to prescription drugs and alcohol, and turned to fraud to finance...

Guest Writer Louis Saccoccio

The United States currently spends $2.7 trillion on health care each year, generating billions of claims in the private and public health systems. With the estimates for fraud and abuse in our health care system ranging from 3 to 10 percent of expenditures, this...

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