Medicare Billing Fraud Whistleblowers Who Properly Expose Medicare Billing Fraud, Medicaid Billing Fraud and Other Forms of Medical Billing Fraud Can Receive Significan Financial Rewards by Medical Billing Fraud Whistleblower Reward Lawyer Jason S. Coomer

Medical billing fraud is costing the United States an estimated one hundred billion dollars ($100,000,000,000.00) each year.  To combat Medicare billing fraud and Medicaid billing fraud, the United States government is offering large financial rewards to medical professionals including health care administrators that properly expose systematic billing fraud.  Through the Federal False Claims Act Medicare fraud whistleblowers can receive substantial rewards for being the first to properly file a fraud claim under the Federal False Claims Act.  For more information on a potential Medicare billing fraud reward lawsuits and Medicaid billing fraud lawsuits, please feel free to contact Medical Billing Fraud Whistleblower Reward Lawyer Jason Coomer via e-mail message or use our submission form.

Medicare Payment Fraud Whistleblower Lawsuits, False Coding Lawsuits, Upcoding Lawsuits, and Medicare Billing Fraud Whistleblower Lawsuits

Medicare Billing Fraud Whistleblowers and Medicaid Billing Fraud Whistleblowers that provide original source information of schemes to fraudulently bill Medicare and Medicaid for medical services and medical products can recover large financial rewards of millions of dollars.  These rewards are intended to expose hospitals, hospital systems, medical groups, and other medical businesses that are committing billing fraud including upcoding, double billing, bill padding, unbundling, and charging for services never provided.  By exposing billing fraud, the whistleblower or relator may recover a significant portion of the proceeds that are recovered on the government's behalf from the fraudulent actor.  Since 1986, relators have recovered over $1 billion for helping expose fraud against the United States government.   

To become a Medicare Billing Fraud Whistleblower or a Medicare Payment Fraud Whistleblower, you need to have evidence of an original source information regarding the Medicare fraud.  This original source evidence is often in the possession of medical professionals, accountants, benefit coordinators, coding specialists, financial officers, hospital administrators, nurses, medical doctors, and health care administrators.  Because of their positions these health care professionals often become aware of Medicare Billing Fraud and Medicaid Billing Payment Fraud and are able to expose fraud including upcoding, double billing, bill padding, unbundling, and charging for services never provided.

Keys to A Successful Whistleblower Reward Action

There are several keys to a successful False Claims Act Qui Tam Whistleblower action including 1) obtaining original and specialized information of the fraud, 2) being the first to file regarding the specific fraud, and 3) protecting the whistleblower for retaliation. 

Original and Specialized Information of Medicare Billing Fraud or Medicaid Billing Fraud is Essential for a Successful Whistleblower Reward Action

Insiders including health care professionals, health care executives, and health care administrators often have specialized knowledge of Medicare Billing Fraud or Medicaid Billing, however, physician, nurses, physical therapists, accountants, and patients can also have original evidence of billing fraud.  Evidence of billing fraud can come from several sources including medical bills, payroll records, e-mail messages, memos, accounting documents, coding instructions, recordings, or other documents. It is important for any potential whistleblower with original knowledge of  health care billing fraud to preserve their evidence and have it confidentially reviewed by whistleblower reward lawyer that can help build the Medicare Billing Fraud or Medicaid Billing Fraud case.

Being the First to File on the Medicare Billing Fraud Scheme is Essential for Recovery Under the False Claims Act and can Prevent Potential Criminal Liability

It is also essential to not delay in coming forward with a False Claim Act Qui Tam Action as the first whistleblower to file is eligible to be a relator and make a large recovery for exposing the fraud.  Additionally, when the fraudulent scheme is exposed, the people that kept the fraud secret can sometimes be found liable for criminal activity for not exposing the fraud that was being committed and further be held liable for continuing criminal activity.

Health Care Medicare Billing Fraud Whistleblower Protection, Medicare Payment Fraud Whistleblower Protection, and other Medicare Fraud False Claims Act Whistleblower Protections

It is also important to understand potential whistleblower protections under the False Claims Act and to discuss with an attorney how to prepare for potential retaliation or aggressive attacks by the employer or contractor.  For more information on this topic please go to the following web page on False Claims Act Lawsuit Whistleblower Protections

Medicaid Billing Fraud Lawsuits, Medicare Billing Fraud Lawsuits, and the Increase in Medicare and Medicaid Spending

Medicaid is a public health care problem in the United States that provides health care, dental care, and orthodontic care for eligible individuals and families with low incomes and resources. The Medicaid Program is jointly funded by state and federal governments, but is managed by the states.  Medicaid is the largest source of funding for medical and health-related services for people with limited income in the United States and the Medicaid program has been increasing.  The fastest growing aspect of Medicaid is nursing home coverage and this is expected to continue as the Baby Boomer generation begins to reach nursing home age. 

For more information on Medicaid Billing Fraud Whistleblower Lawsuits, please go to the following webpage, CHIP Fraud Whistleblower Lawsuit and Medicaid Billing Fraud Whistleblower Lawsuit Information.

Government Contractor Fraud Qui Tam Whistleblower Lawsuit Information (False Claims Act Whistleblower Qui Tam Action Information)

For more information on Medicare Fraud, Tricare Fraud, Medicaid Fraud, Defense Contractor Fraud, Off Label Fraud, Road Construction Fraud, and other types of False Claims Act Whistleblower Claims, please go to the Qui Tam, Whistleblower, and Federal Federal False Claims Act Information Center.

Medicare Payment Fraud Whistleblower Lawyers, Texas Medicare Payment Fraud Lawyers, Texas Medicare Billing Fraud Lawyers, and Medicare Billing Fraud Whistleblower Lawyers

If you are a health care executive, health care administrator, medical device marketing representative, medical device marketing executive, medical doctor, or other pharmaceutical or medical device professional with original source knowledge of Medicare Billing Fraud or Hospital Medicare Fraud, it is important that you are the first to step forward to blow the whistle on the Medicare Billing fraud.  If you are a Medicare Billing Fraud Whistleblower that is aware of fraudulent off label drug marketing practices, drug price fixing, drug kickbacks, or other Medicare fraud, feel free to contact Medicare Billing Fraud Whistleblower Lawyer Jason Coomer via e-mail message or our submission form

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