HHS too reliant on IT in fight against Medicare fraud

HHS program integrity director Peter Budetti is a man excited about the possibilities of anti-fraud software, data mining/screening and analytics. However, industry watchers and anti-fraud experts are skeptical of a technology-heavy approach. Their take: Technology is useful, but the system needs better law enforcement, more aggressive investigations and longer sentences for criminals when they're caught. FierceHealthcare

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