Nursing Home Complaint Center Urges Nursing Home Insiders Get Rewarded For Information Related To Proof Of Medicare Or Medicaid Fraud

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The Nursing Home Complaint Center says, "Medicare fraud is a $60 billion dollar a year business in the United States, and the federal government has a reward program involving laws called Qui Tam, that will reward a healthcare professional for their information about Medicare fraud, and most states have mirror reward programs for Medicaid." They say, "However, there are rules; rule one is the evidence has to be overwhelming, rule two is the information has to be fresh, and or previously not disclosed, and rule three is, if you go public to the media, or to government, before having a skilled attorney do the work up, you may have just blown your chance for the reward." The Nursing Home Complaint Center says, "We know becoming a whistle blower sounds complicated, its not, but the rules need to be obeyed, and we can help potential nursing home, or healthcare professional become a whistle blower, and with luck-rewarded for their information." For more information please call 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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The one thing all whistle blowers have in common is they saw the wrong doing, they kept records, e-mails, or other types of proof, and perhaps most importantly they want to do the right thing. We are here to help

The Nursing Home Complaint Center is urging nursing home managers, or administrators to step forward for potentially large reward programs, if they have solid proof of significant Medicare, or Medicaid fraud, on the part of their employer. The group says, "We honestly believe there are 1000's of US healthcare, or medical industry managers, or executives, who are sitting on a jackpot, because they have clear, and significant proof their employer is knowingly defrauding the federal, or state government's Medicare, or Medicaid programs, out of millions." They say, "One key is it has to be worth the government's, and a law firms time to advance the case; so the fraud, or over billing has to be in the millions. As importantly, we are encouraging potential healthcare whistle blowers to call us first, so we can carefully explain the rules, and then point them in the right direction, as far as capable law firms." The group says, "Our motivation is pretty simple; we want to stop as much Medicare, and Medicaid fraud as possible, because it means huge taxpayer savings, and frequently much better patient care-so we think its worth helping potential whistle blowers in every possible way." For more information please contact the Nursing Home Complaint Center anytime at 866-714-6466, or contact the group via their web site at http://NursingHomeComplaintCenter.Com

The Nursing Home Complaint Center says, "Every healthcare whistle blower is different. Individuals, who possess very specific information, and or proof about major Medicare, or Medicaid fraud might be a nursing home, or hospital billing, or coding manager, they might be a administrator, manager, a pharmaceutical rep, a medical device, or medical products representative. The group says, "The one thing all these people have in common is they saw the wrong doing, they kept records, e-mails, or other types of proof, and perhaps most importantly they want to do the right thing. We are here to help." For more information, professionals in the nursing home, hospital, pharmaceutical, medical device, or medical products sectors can call the Nursing Home Complaint Center anytime at 866-714-6466, or contact the group via their web site at http://NursingHomeComplaintCenter.Com

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