Growing ID theft problem highlighted in Medicare fraud case
This article was originally published in Clinica
“Medical identity theft is a growing problem that poses significant harm to both the Medicare programme and the patients whose personal information is stolen,” Matthew Friedrich, the acting assistant attorney general of the Department of Justice’s criminal division, said on October 16.
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