Healthcare Fraud

Healthcare fraud refers to the deliberate and deceptive act of obtaining financial gains or benefits from the healthcare system through false claims, misrepresentation, or unlawful practices. It involves intentional actions by individuals or organizations, such as healthcare providers, patients, or third-party entities, to exploit the healthcare system for personal or monetary gain.

Examples of healthcare fraud may include submitting false information for reimbursement, billing for services not rendered, exaggerating or fabricating medical conditions, identity theft, kickbacks or bribery, upcoding or unbundling services, and prescription drug diversion. Healthcare fraud undermines the efficiency, affordability, and accessibility of healthcare services, diverting funds and resources away from legitimate patient care. It is a significant concern that poses financial burdens, increases healthcare costs, and compromises the overall integrity and quality of healthcare delivery.

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