US government aims to reduce fraud in Medicare and Medicaid
This article was originally published in Clinica
The US Department of Health & Human Services' pilot programme to reduce fraud in Medicare and Medicaid has so far recovered $42.3 million more than ten times the project's cost from just five states. "And the President wants to extend its reach to every one of the 50 states in the Union," says DHHS Secretary Donna Shalala.
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