Friday, June 24, 2016

On The Record

Medical fraud isn't restricted to workers' compensation, but work comp can be the centerpiece.


Compound medications, illegal referral fees, attempts to conceal under "advise of counsel," undercover agents, federal indictments, and an admission on tape that, “we’re a very small pimple of everything that’s going on.”

I won't go into more here because WorkCompCentral has already been threatened with a libel suit for publishing the truth. 

But if you really want to know how pervasive, extensive and profitable medical fraud is, you need to read the story, "Federal Health Care Bust Has Ties to SoCal Work Comp," about D.F., M.K., R.R. and a few other names familiar to California workers' compensation observers here:

Oh yeah, it's no coincidence that it all happens in Southern California...

1 comment:

  1. "WorkCompCentral has already been threatened with a libel suit for publishing the truth."

    Don't you hate when folks pick on you for merely reporting the TRUTH? Keep on doing it any way. To remain silent, only aids in the harm being done. We all have a duty to report abuse when we know it's going on. If it's not a duty, it sure should be. Peace and thanks.

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