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Fraud Given Short Shrift By Congress in Health Bill

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  • Barry Zalma
    Barry Zalma 4441 Sepulveda Boulevard CULVER CITY CA 90230 310-390-4455 zalma@zalma.com www.zalma.com Fraud
    Message 1 of 1 , Dec 1, 2009
    Barry Zalma

    4441 Sepulveda Boulevard

    CULVER CITY CA 90230


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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

    To aid fraud investigators in their effort to defeat fraud Mr. Zalma's
    fictional story of fraud by a sweet, little old lady, can be read along with
    reports of recent convictions for fraud including the successful HEAT
    program that - with minimal funding - is putting a dent in health insurance
    fraud and will not be funded by the bills presently pending in Congress.

    ZIFL is available free at <http://www.zalma.com/> http://www.zalma.com
    Back issues of ZIFL are available for only $1.00 each at
    <http://www.zalma.com/ZIFL.HTM.> http://www.zalma.com/ZIFL.HTM.

    With this issue ZIFL completes its thirteenth year of publication dedicated
    to those involved in reducing the effect of insurance fraud.

    ZIFL is published 24 times a year by ClaimSchool. It is provided free to
    clients and friends of the Law Offices of Barry Zalma, Inc., clients of
    Zalma Insurance Consultants and anyone who subscribes at
    <http://www.zalma.com/> http://www.zalma.com Mr. Zalma also writes Zalma on
    Insurance where you can multiple articles on insurance issues and the ZIFL
    archives at <http://www.zalma.com/ZALMAONINSURANCE-INDEX.htm>

    Mr. Zalma is an internationally recognized insurance coverage and insurance
    claims handling expert witness or consultant. Mr. Zalma's law practice is
    limited to the representation of insurers and those in the business of
    insurance. He is available to provide advice and counsel concerning
    insurance fraud, first and third party insurance coverage issues, and bad

    To be on the FREE mailing list as a subscriber to ZIFL please go to
    http://www.zalma.com and click on the link where you will be automatically
    subscribed to the ZIFL. ZIFL will be posted for a full month in pdf and full
    color FREE at <http://www.zalma.com/> http://www.zalma.com

    If you need additional information contact Barry Zalma at 310-390-4455.



    Barry Zalma, Esq., CFE

    Law office

    Barry Zalma, Inc.

    Zalma Insurance Consultants

    4441 Sepulveda Boulevard

    CULVER CITY CA 90230-4847


    Fax: 310-391-5614



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