Defending and Preventing Health Care Fraud Cases: An Attorney's Guide

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Aspen Publishers, 1999 - Law - 600 pages
It is evident that the federal government is serious about cracking down on health care fraud. This book details how to prevent and defend criminal, civil, and administrative health care fraud investigations. All the key statutes, regulations and cases impacting the field are thoroughly analyzed from the author's unique perspective as both a former federal prosecutor and current white collar criminal defense attorney. This is a reference tool for a primary audience consisting of white collar criminal defense attorneys; attorneys specializing in health care law, particularly Medicare reimbursement, fraud and abuse, or compliance issues; in-house counsel for large to midsize health care corporations (e.g., hospital chains, teaching hospitals, HMOs, DME companies, billing firms, labs); and prosecutors and criminal investigators who want to know what issues defense counsel may raise.

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