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Clinton Medicare anti-fraud proposal will include civil money penalty amount for DME supplier violations.

This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet

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MEDICARE CIVIL MONEY PENALTIES FOR DME SUPPLIERS TO BE CLARIFIED under the Clinton Administration's Medicare and Medicaid anti-fraud legislative initiative. According to a bill summary released March 25, the proposal would correct "the statutory oversight which failed to specify a dollar amount for civil money penalties that may be imposed" in a number of Medicare or Medicaid fraud and abuse situations, including penalties against companies "who fail to supply durable medical equipment without charge after all the rental payments have been made."
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