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Whistleblowing can reveal tons of problems and mistakes, so it’s no wonder so many companies don’t like it. Whistleblowing is a thankless activity. It involves calling attention to problems within an organization, with many of these problems consisting of illegal behavior. This results in the whistleblower creating many enemies. To make matters worse, it’s usually […]

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If you’re trying to decide if you want to be an education fraud whistleblower, you will have questions about how to do it right. Deciding to become an education fraud whistleblower is a huge decision. By taking the step to report fraudulent activity, an individual exposes himself or herself to retaliation from those who gained […]

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The instances of using the False Claims Act in Medicare cases are going up. Given its size and the amount of money at stake, Medicare has enormous potential for fraud and false claims. So it’s no wonder that the False Claims Act is a popular law to crack down on Medicare fraud. But what is […]

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Protections for whistleblowers are essential for the False Claims Act to work correctly. Without adequate protections for whistleblowers, fewer individuals will come forward to report fraud. The act of blowing the whistle is a stressful and challenging decision. Most potential whistleblowers know they might face backlash for bringing the fraud to light. Congress understands these […]

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Hospice fraud has taken a hairpin turn into the hard-to-prosecute, harming honest hospice care providers, the government and whistleblowers alike. In our evolved and humane culture, it’s only right that our elderly and terminal patients have a pleasant, government-supported place to spend their final days. Yet in the wake of the Affordable Care Act, it […]

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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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