In an operation Federal law enforcement characterizes as the biggest of its kind, two dozen individuals were indicted last week on charges that they were involved in a scheme to defraud Medicare of over $1.7 billion.
A Mississippi man pled guilty last week to charges that he was involved in a scheme to defraud TRICARE of $200 million via incorrectly compounded medicines.
A licensed clinical social worker in Louisiana pled guilty last week to his involvement in an attempt at defrauding Medicaid of over $1.8 million in false claims.
Health care in the United States is expensive. This can be made worse by those who choose to file false claims for medical services that never took place or that didn't need to take place.
Federal officials say a Mississippi woman was involved in a scheme to defraud TRICARE of $200 million by fraudulently formulated compounded medications for military members and their dependents.