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Fighting Medicare Fraud

Fighting Medicare Fraud
PBS Nightly Business Report
July 29, 2009

After several large False Claims Act settlements involving pharmaceutical companies, PBS Nightly Business Report explored the motivations behind massive pharmaceutical fraud schemes. “They have decided to undertake the gamble because they don’t think they are going to get caught. Unfortunately, in most of the cases, they don’t get caught,” said Nolan Auerbach managing partner, Marcella Auerbach. The False Claims Act was highlighted as a possible fraud-fighting solution. According to Ms. Auerbach, “There’s a return of $15 for every dollar spent on investigators and prosecutors. That’s a much better return that I have heard about on anything lately.”

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