A Missouri state audit found a small hospital received more than $90 million in payouts for lab work and treatments that occurred at other facilities across…
The Department of Justice announced it will create a unit that will use healthcare fraud data to combat the opioid epidemic.
Bribes paid to a state health administrator are central to one of the biggest healthcare fraud cases to date, according to federal authorities.
A senior attorney at OIG said the agency is "entering an entirely new area of healthcare fraud" following the EHR vendor's $155 million…
From Kaiser Health News: A new lawsuit accuses United Healthcare Services Inc. of concealing complaints of enrollment fraud and other misconduct.
Law enforcement is using prescription drug monitoring to catch prescribers who improperly distributing drugs to patients.
Federal health officials made over $16 billion in improper payments to private Medicare Advantage health plans last year, an auditor testified.
Federal agencies charged 412 people related in fraud cases that accounted for $1.3 billion in false claims.
More than 20 healthcare executives tell FierceHealthcare how to build better relationships between payers and network physicians.
Scammers are taking advantage of the opioid epidemic, recruiting patients and using fake addresses to enroll them in out-of-state plans.