Move quickly to abjure wrongdoing as biller gets prison time for fraud

Medicare Part B published an article on the sentencing of a biller indicted on charges stemming from a conspiracy to obtain payment on care plan oversight services for patients who were not receiving those services. The article notes that the federal government is using all of its resources to identify and prosecute individuals at all levels of suspected fraud.

Christopher Parrella was interviewed for the article. Click here to read it.
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