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Medicare and Medicaid False Claims: Prohibitions and Sanctions
Annals of Health Law
  • Timothy Stoltzfus Jost, The Ohio State University College of Law
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Both state and federal agencies are cracking down on health care professionals who file false Medicare claims, but physicians who make good faith attempts to comply with the law are fairly secure from prosecution, since both criminal and civil penalties must be based on willful or knowing breaches of the law.
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Timothy Stoltzfus Jost. "Medicare and Medicaid False Claims: Prohibitions and Sanctions" (1994) p. 41
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