Three Weeks in October – Furloughing the Fight Against Fraud

October 24, 2013

Kathleen Scanlan says During the furlough government fraud fighting resources were benched

Why #Whistleblowers Trump Experts When It Comes to Estimating Healthcare Fraud

October 23, 2013

Experts estimate that between $100 billion and $300 billion is lost annually in health care fraud in the United States.

Fighting Fraud When Congress Can’t Agree on Funding Government

October 15, 2013

While it has had a reputation for not being especially proactive on fraud, the federal government started fighting back harder recently.

Future Whistleblowers of America by Kathleen Scanlan Lawyer for Whistleblowers

October 11, 2013

Whistleblowers are heroes sounding the alarm on government fraud

First Comes the Disaster Then Comes the Fraud

October 10, 2013

When hurricanes, tornados, floods, and massive wildfires strike, the federal government provides mightily in disaster relief.

The Working Dog Waiver to the Attorney Client Privilege

October 9, 2013

Statistics show a huge increase in the number of dogs in the workplace.

Whistleblowers – First Responders to Fraud

October 7, 2013

We are in the midst of a crisis – an epidemic, in fact. It’s fraud on the government.

Anticipating the Growth Industry in Home Healthcare Fraud

September 17, 2013

Medicare spends billions of dollars on health care services for people who are confined to their homes

Hospice Care Fraud – Fleecing the Government on Your Deathbed

August 1, 2013

The idea of hospice care was first introduced to the U.S. by a British doctor in the early 1960s

Medicare Fraud – If You Really Don’t Need it, We Really Don’t Want to Pay For It

June 27, 2013

Some have used the deference to the doctor-client relationship as a blind behind which they engage in Medicare fraud.

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