Operation Rubber Stamp Identifies Over $1.5 Billion in Fraudulent Billing

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Prosecutors say the criminal network targeted by these investigations involves individuals and companies that collect patient data and sell it to one or more durable medical equipment (DME) suppliers, pharmacies, or labs. The promise of often-inappropriate DME, test results, and medication misled patients and delayed their chance to seek appropriate treatment for medical complaints. Read Department of Justice press releases from Georgia and South Carolina, plus a story from The State



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