Florida releases report on Medicaid-fraud prevention
Orlando Sentinel, January 18, 2008
Florida regulators have prevented more than $100 million in fraudulent Medicaid overpayments in the past three years, according to a report released by the offices of the state attorney general and the Florida Agency for Health Care Administration. The report also noted that there has been particular focus on Medicaid fraud related to durable medical equipment, with most of the cases occurring in South Florida.
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