Tag Archives: Home Health Fraud

About 5% of Home Health Agencies Show Potential Signs of Fraud

More than 500 home healthcare agencies—about 5% of the total—and 4,500 doctors across the country share characteristics that often point to home healthcare fraud, according to a report released by HHS’ Office of Inspector General on Wednesday. An alert (PDF) … Continue reading

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OIG Video on Home Health Fraud

Eye on Oversight is a monthly video series featuring top areas of interest for the OIG. Each video highlights an emerging healthcare problem or trend. These issues have a social and financial impact, and hurt the American public, as well … Continue reading

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Registered Nurse Co-Owner Pleads Guilty to Role in Healthcare Fraud Conspiracy

A 52-year-old registered nurse from Cedar Hill, Texas, who owned a home health company, appeared in federal court this afternoon and pleaded guilty to her role in a health care fraud conspiracy, announced John Parker, Acting U.S. Attorney for the … Continue reading

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