Ex-employee claims hospital retaliated after blowing whistle on alleged fraud

Following her blowing the whistle on Wyoming Medical Center for alleged billing fraud, former employee Gale Bryden said the hospital fired her for providing officials with information, according to a lawsuit unsealed this week. Bryden had accused the hospital of submitting claims to Medicare and Medicaid for canceled surgeries, reports the Casper Star-Tribune. Wyoming Medical Center denies wrongdoing in a statement it released this week. Article and hospital statement

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