Friday, April 23, 2021

Home is Where the Health Care Fraud Is

In-home doctor visits are beneficial for housebound Medicare recipients. (House calls also are an easy way for unscrupulous doctors to illegally bill for services that were not performed or medically necessary.) An article published by The Detroit News states that a Michigan doctor used...

Restraining Fraud

Home health care is necessary for many patients being discharged from hospitals. Just to name a few benefits, it can help patients recover from surgery, obtain a treatment plan to manage diabetes, or receive physical or occupational therapy. (While the additional medical care provides...

Hindsight is 20-20

It's usually easy to see the difference between doing something the wrong way vs. the right way after the fact. (That's called hindsight.) An article posted on TulsaWorld.com tells about an optometrist who knew the difference between right and wrong, but made a very...

Do the Math

We'd all be more productive if we only had more hours in a day. (Think about this – one extra hour a day would tack on more than 15 additional days to your year. Sounds like time for a nice vacation to me.) An...

More Fraud than Meets the Eye

If criminals are successful at one scheme, they often try another. (They probably think, ''Why not maximize the return on fraud while I can get away with it?'') An article published in the Westmoreland Times tells about a physician who filed six false income...

What Goes On Behind Closed Doors

Appearances can be deceiving. Someone can be perceived as a pillar of the community, but hide behind a public persona and commit a private crime. (They somehow reason that no one would suspect such a devious act from someone so revered.) An article published...

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