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Why does Washington Post, USA Today, NPR and the AP get its 'science' talking points from a convicted felon who went to prison for Medicaid fraud?
“The action never stops, from page one to the end. Bob Burke is a force to be reckoned with, and when he calls in his friends the action gets hotter. 407 more words
MEMPHIS – Special Agents in the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation’s Medicaid Fraud Control Unit have obtained indictments for a former hospital employee accused of using patient identities and forging physician signatures to commit TennCare fraud. 149 more words
Governor Cuomo’s streak of on-time budgets ended after New York State lawmakers approved a $142 billion early this morning. The assembly wrapped up their proceedings at 3am, missing the midnight deadline that Governor Cuomo has proudly beaten four times during his tenure. 388 more words
The Florida Attorney General’s Office announced on March 20, 2015 that four people have been arrested for Medicaid fraud. Homeless people were allegedly recruited to pose as patients in the Orlando fraud scheme, frequently in exchange for gas cards and temporary housing. 140 more words
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – A mom and a caretaker appeared in court today for a case involving alleged abuse and Medicaid fraud.
As it turns out, there’s more questions that need answered before the case can move forward. 309 more words