Tuesday, August 21, 2018

Last Hurrah

The Social Security Death Master File (SSDMF) website explicitly mentions that access is restricted to only users who are certified. A Fort Pierce, Florida fraudster, who was definitely not qualified to have access, somehow tapped into the file that contains over 86 million personal...

Shortcuts

Shortcuts can help you be more productive. For example, using shortcuts or combining a couple of keystrokes on your computer keyboard can help you throw together an important presentation in no time at all. Or, using a traffic app on your mobile phone can...

On the Run

There are some lists that most people would want to be on. For instance, the Top 10 wealthiest people in the world or the Dean’s list, if you are a university student. Then, there is a list or two that you would not want...

Prison Therapy

To become a physical therapist, an individual must earn a professional degree, which is usually a doctorate in physical therapy. Once the degree is obtained, then states require a license to legally work as a physical therapist. (All of those hours spent learning and...

It’s Just Not Necessary

On any given day, if you asked someone what they thought was necessary for living a satisfying life, they might answer: food, water, oxygen, sleep, health, family, friends, freedom, love, faith, a good job, or purpose in life. The former owner-operator of a Burbank,...

Ironic

When mentally ill individuals commit a crime, it’s often difficult to decide on the appropriate punishment, whether that includes treatment in a partial hospitalization program (PHP) or incarceration. Today’s fraudster, a man who worked on behalf of hundreds of mentally ill defendants to lobby...

Fraud Is Not Pain Free

Chiropractors use spinal manipulation and other alternative treatments to correct subluxations, or misalignments of the vertebrae. A chiropractor from Brentwood, Missouri used his practice to manipulate the federal government into paying for a bogus ankle orthotic that was never delivered. He probably thought he...

A Bad Rap

A research study conducted by The Journal of the American Board of Family Medicine reports that one visit to a chiropractor to treat back pain could save Medicare $83.5 million each year. (These findings are quite astounding, as chiropractic care has historically been controversial...

The Facets of Fraud

This article is about a physician who pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit health care fraud for his role in an approximately $19 million Medicare fraud scheme involving three Detroit area providers.

Sounds Like Fraud

A Garland, Texas healthcare administrator recently pleaded guilty to her role in a $5.1 million Medicare fraud conspiracy. The conspiracy stemmed from a family bent on bilking Medicare through the submission of false claims for hearing related services. According to documents filed in the case,...

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