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Fraud Given Short Shrift By Congress in Health Bill
Culver City CA – December 1, 2009:
Proving that the United States Congress does nothing but talk about defeating fraud and abuse the December 1, 2009 issue of Zalma’s Insurance Fraud Letter (ZIFL), analyzes the Senate Health Insurance bill presently pending and shows that the bill does very little, if anything to actually help those who will investigate and prosecute fraud and abuse. Although the U.S. Government now admits that fraud and abuse takes more than $220 billion every year from government programs the new bills do little more than adding to the bureaucracy to find ways to defeat fraud and abuse. It does not fund those who can arrest and prosecute fraud perpetrators. It is, ZIFL reports, a means to help fraud perpetrators become rich while prosecutors and investigators get little or no funding
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Barry Zalma, Esq., CFE
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