Nursing Home Complaint Center Wants To Hear From Nursing Home Insiders About Medicaid Or Medicare Fraud For Possible Reward

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The Nursing Home Complaint Center is the premier advocate for victims of elder abuse, neglect and wrongful death in our nation's nursing homes. Aside from identifying victims of nursing home negligence, neglect, or abuse, one of the group's core missions is identifying nursing home fraud, in over billing Medicare or Medicaid. The Nursing Home Complaint Center says, "Medicare and Medicaid fraud in the US costs taxpayers $60 billion per year. A huge chunk of this fraud is related to US nursing homes bundling, or up coding Medicare or Medicaid bills, or for billing for services that were never rendered." They say, "if a nursing home administrator, manager, or staff member has specific proof of Medicare or Medicaid fraud, there could be substantial rewards for provable and substantial information--provided the information is fresh, and previously not disclosed." For more information about Medicare or Medicaid fraud and possible rewards, nursing home whistle blowers are encouraged to contact the Nursing Home Complaint Center anytime at 866-714-6466, or contact the group via its web site at http://NursingHomeComplaintCenter.Com.

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if nursing home abuse or neglect victims, or family members of victims, had any idea of how much they were being gouged, or how much they were being over billed for services never rendered, we think there would be a national taxpayer revolt.

The Nursing Home Complaint Center is all about protecting our nation's citizens from nursing home abuse, neglect and wrongful death, and at the same time, the group is one of the best branded resources for whistle blowers who have specific and provable information about Medicare or Medicaid fraud or over billing. The Nursing Home Complaint Center says, "if nursing home abuse or neglect victims, or family members of victims, had any idea of how much they were being gouged, or how much they were being over billed for services never rendered, we think there would be a national taxpayer revolt." They say, "nursing home abuse or neglect costs people their lives needlessly, and it's a national disgrace. Nursing homes over billing the taxpayers is not the exception, it's the rule, it's wrong, and we need courageous nursing home staff members or health care professionals to step forward, provided they have substantial provable information about Medicare or Medicaid fraud." Nursing home insiders with specific proof of Medicare or Medicaid fraud can call the Nursing Home Complaint Center anytime at 866-714-6466, or contact the group via its web site at http://NursingHomeComplaintCenter.Com.

The Nursing Home Complaint Center says, "when it comes to insiders reporting Medicare or Medicaid fraud, there is a possibility of substantial rewards--but the information has to be new, and the proof has to be easy to understand and clear. Just saying Medicare or Medicaid fraud is happening is not enough." The group says, "in order to be eligible for a government whistle blower reward, the information has to be significant, such as accounting records, census versus staff hourly records, e-mails talking about up-coding, or bundling Medicare or Medicaid bills, etc." They say, "we want to do something about Medicare and Medicaid fraud in our nation's nursing homes and hospitals, because it saves lives. But, we cannot do anything about this gigantic problem without proof from courageous healthcare professionals, who can prove their facility is cheating the government and its patients." For more information, nursing home or healthcare fraud whistle blowers can contact the Nursing Home Complaint Center anytime at 866-714-6466, or contact the group via its web site at http://NursingHomeComplaintCenter.Com.

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