Thursday, November 15, 2018

Two Timing

When someone is said to be ''two-timing,'' it usually means that one person is cheating on two people at the same time without either of them knowing about each other. According to an article published by PublicOpinionOnline.com, a Pennsylvania caretaker committed Medicaid fraud by...

High Priority

The government places a high priority on preventing the loss of Medicare health care dollars, particularly in the area of durable medical equipment (DME) where services and supplies offered are vulnerable to fraud. An article published by the Daily Breeze tells about a registered...

Trail of Evidence

All fraudsters leave a trail of evidence when committing crimes, no matter how good they are at burying it. An article posted on NorthJersey.com tells the story of how tens of thousands of fraudulently submitted Medicaid claims led investigators to the mastermind of one...

Smoke Screen

Criminals are usually pretty good at creating smoke screens. (They strive to cover up their deceptive activities so that their ruse cannot be detected at first glance.) An article published by The Argus Leader tells the story of a former CEO of a community-based...

Losing Control

Many people have a fear of losing control. In a world already full of uncertainty, fraudsters attempt to control their destiny by stealing from others so that they can live a more predictable, comfortable lifestyle. (Unfortunately, these unscrupulous individuals perpetuate even more anxiety for...

Guest Writer: Delena D Spann

Fraud Analytics: 21st Century Technology A new cache of fraud analytics has entered the 21st Century rockin' and rollin' at an all-time high. Fraud has spread across the globe and fraud professionals predict that the amount of fraud will continue to increase as this decade...

The Sobering Effect of Fraud

Sober living environments (SLEs) – often referred to as halfway houses – are interim facilities where people recovering from substance abuse can work on returning to their former lives. An article published by The Boston Globe follows the story of a doctor who paid...

Bittersweet

Public assistance funds are meant for the needy. An article published in the Indy Star follows a woman who submitted fake applications for Medicaid benefits like coins in a bubblegum machine and ended up unlawfully receiving more than $720,000 as a result of her...

Keeping Stories Straight

When multiple people are involved in fraud, it is important to keep stories straight so suspicions are not raised. An article published by Alaska Dispatch News details what happened when a doctor and his office manager did not tell the same story about their...

Home Alone

Unless you have a clone, it is pretty hard to be in two places at once. However, an article in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports that a man was able to defraud an Illinois health care program by submitting false bills while serving time...

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