The Secret to Good Medicaid Fraud Cases
The most common question we hear from people who spot Medicaid fraud is, "Do I have a good Medicaid fraud case?" It's a great question.
In our experience, the following examples of fraud can result in a good Medicaid fraud whistleblower case:
- Double Billing: billing both Medicaid and a private insurance company or the beneficiary for the same procedure on the same date
- Phantom Billing: submitting HCFA 1500 claim billing forms for services not rendered
- Upcoding and Unbundling: billing Medicaid for more expensive procedures than those that are actually performed or using two or more Current Procedural Terminology ("CPT") billing codes where Medicaid requires bundling of such claims together
- Kickbacks: hidden payments to Medicaid providers in return for the provider prescribing pharmaceuticals or using medical devices
- Cost Reporting Fraud: falsifying cost reports to inflate Medicaid reimbursement rates
If you have a case similar to one of the examples described above or if you just want to report Medicaid billing fraud, call us now. Acting quickly can make or break your case.
The best way to know if you have a good case is to speak directly with an experienced Atlanta Medicaid fraud attorney.
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