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Unfortunately, medical malpractice cases occur very frequently. Considering how many mistakes occur in the medical setting, it’s amazing there aren’t more medical malpractice cases. Johns Hopkins Medicine reports that medical errors cause more than 250,000 deaths in the United States each year. This makes health care facilities bigger killers of Americans than anything else, except […]

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Before becoming a Medicaid fraud whistleblower, consider the following. If you notice Medicaid fraud, you may think about becoming a Medicaid fraud whistleblower. You want to do the right thing, and the possibility of a substantial financial reward doesn’t hurt either. But before you blow the whistle, keep the following considerations in mind, because the […]

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Getting a False Claims settlement is nice, but it often requires going through the court system. The False Claims Act is a powerful tool to stop fraud, but getting a False Claims settlement as a relator can be a very lengthy and involved process. This settlement usually comes as a result of someone going through […]

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Reporting fraud is a little bit safer when there are laws protecting whistleblowers. If there are laws protecting whistleblowers, then it’s more likely you will have people blowing the whistle on fraud and other improper behavior. This is because becoming a whistleblower can be very dangerous, both physically and for the whistleblower’s career. Therefore, before […]

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Medical insurance fraud in hospice is a significant source of whistleblower claims. Medical insurance fraud in hospice shouldn’t be a surprise. Fraud can occur anywhere, whether it’s a routine doctor’s visit for a healthy person or hospice care for someone who is terminally ill. Some patients will have private insurance to pay for the costs […]

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A good whistleblower protection policy helps make it possible to discover fraud. Without a good whistleblower protection policy, it’s a lot harder for the federal government to find people willing to help discover and prosecute fraud. Yes, there are financial incentives to encourage people to step forward and stop the fraud. However, these monetary rewards […]

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