Criminal Charges Involve Over $1.4 Billion in Alleged Losses

Telemedicine, COVID-19, “sober homes,” and opioids top charges in 31 federal districts.

‘Becky from Medicare’ is Not Calling

Nationwide scam tricks people into giving out personal information.

Don’t Buy Fake COVID Cards or Test Results

Scammers see restrictions on access as opportunities to profit.

Psychotherapy Services Provider Agrees to Pay

Allegations included upcoding sessions at nursing homes and facilities.

Actions Taken in Operation ‘Happy Clickers’

Investigation reflects habits of approving orders with little to no review.

Employee Stops Gift Card Scam

No legitimate organization will ask for payment in gift cards.

Company Owner Charged for $784 Million Health Care Fraud

It’s one of the largest Medicare fraud schemes ever charged by the Justice Department.

Feds Intervene in Medicare Advantage Lawsuits

Companies allegedly pressured physicians to add diagnoses that patients did not have.

Free Genetic Test is Really Medicare Fraud

Con artists claim to offer “free” genetic testing for heart conditions or cancer.

Couple Indicted for Genetic Testing Scheme

Staff was allegedly told to stop collecting swabs when bribes payments were missed.

Rehab Company Settles Allegations

This resolves allegations of unnecessary “Ultra High” levels of rehabilitation therapy at 11 facilities.

Doctor Gets Six Years for DME Fraud

He pled guilty in case involving conglomerate of supply companies.