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What types of activity are commonly prosecuted as health care fraud?

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Generally, schemes involving false claims to insurance companies, to Medicare, or Medicaid, paying kickbacks to people that come in to pose as patients to get phony prescriptions filled. In isolation, these cases are not always involving significant amounts of money, but I’ve been involved in cases involving literally hundreds of millions of dollars worth of fraud. So they are a very significant part of the government’s anti corruption and fraud programs, particularly here in south Florida, where generally given the dubious distinction of being the healthcare fraud capital of the world.

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