Tuesday, July 21, 2009

New York Medicaid Fraud May Reach Into Billions

"It has drawn dentists like Dr. Dolly Rosen, who within 12 months somehow built the state's biggest Medicaid dental practice out of a Brooklyn storefront, where she claimed to have performed as many as 991 procedures a day in 2003. After The New York Times discovered her extraordinary billings through a computer analysis and questioned the state about them, Dr. Rosen and two associates were indicted on charges of stealing more than $1 million from the program."

New York Medicaid Fraud May Reach Into Billions

The inefficiency and ineffectiveness of public services...what a waste of resources. The guy had been busted for fraudulent claims before, and it still took them 10 years to figure this out!

1 comment:

tubes said...

And we're supposed to think the government's going to improve things when they take over health care?