Experts: Increased Individual Fraud Prosecutions, RAC Expansion on Tap for 2012

Every January, Bloomberg BNA asks the country’s leading healthcare attorneys to predict the emerging issues for the coming year. For the past five years, this respected publication has sought the qui tam perspective from Nolan Auerbach partner, Jeb White. This year, Mr. White was quoted nearly a dozen times, spotlighting such trends as increased False Claims Act litigation, targeted exclusions from government healthcare programs, and expanded RAC initiatives. “Time will tell if OIG is merely saber rattling when it comes to exercising its authority to exclude individual providers,” White said. “For the sake of our country’s limited healthcare dollars, the fraud-fighting community hopes that OIG hangs a few coyotes on the fence, sending a powerful message to the dishonest providers lurking under the radar.”

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