What ObamaCare Will Mean for You
White House White Board: What Obamacare Means for You
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Watch the latest White House White Board to learn more about what the law means for you.
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- What is the Health Insurance Marketplace?
- Learn how the Affordable Care Act protects you
Budget bill battle over Obamacare opens new GOP schism
Rep. Salmon: Defunding Obamacare "the will of the people"
Coburn: "We don't have the ability" to defund Obamacare
- House anti-Obamacare budget bill dead on arrival, senators say
- Obama to Congress: Pass a budget, quit the drama
Reid: "Any bill that defunds Obamacare is dead"
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- jimsmith90210 says:
- Quite hypocritical of rafael cruz, the Canadian senator living in texas, to be filibustering "until he can no longer stand" in the Senate, while 26% of his constitutents lack health care -- the state with the most uninsured and under-insured residents -- which only means he should be championing the ACA instead of fighting it!
Maybe not, since the Canadians could agree to take him back on the condition that he will not apply for socialized health care since he is so radically against it, and force him to return to texas for health care - the state that has the highest number of uninsured residents!
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Healthcare Fraud - Criminal Investigation (CI)
Healthcare Fraud enforcement statistics on investigations initiated, prosecutions recommended, indictments, sentenced investigations and months to serve in prison.
Examples of investigations have been written from public record documents filed in the district courts where the case was prosecuted.
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Latest Schemes and Scams
As part of its health care fraud program, the Bureau is looking at various fraud schemes involving:
- Home health care;
- Infusion therapy; and
- Durable medical equipment.
We’re also focused on other health care fraud-related crime problems impacting public safety, such as:
- Off-label marketing of prescription drugs;
- Drug diversion (prescription drugs diverted from legitimate supply sources for illicit distribution and abuse); and
- Internet pharmacies
- Health care fraud schemes come in all forms—fraudulent billings, medically unnecessary services or prescriptions, kickbacks, duplicate claims, etc.
- Schemes target large health care programs—both public and private—as well as health care beneficiaries. (Medicare and the Medicaid are the largest programs, so they are targeted more often.)
- Schemes are committed by health care providers, owners of medical facilities and laboratories, suppliers of medical equipment, organized crime groups, corporations, and even sometimes by the beneficiaries themselves.
- FBI health care fraud cases sometimes cross over into other investigative areas, like organized crime, gangs, and cyber crime, where we see criminals beginning to use the proceeds from health care fraud schemes to fund their operations.
- Protect your health insurance information card like a credit card.
- Beware of free health services—are they too good to be true?
- Review your medical bills, like your “explanation of benefits,” after receiving health care services and ensure the dates are services are correct.