Our goal is to be the first stop a nursing home, rehab center, long term care facility, or hospital employe makes, if they want to blow the whistle on major Medicare, or Medicaid fraud
(PRWEB) April 11, 2012
The Nursing Home Complaint Center says, "There are thousands of employees working in a nursing home, a rehab center, a long term care facility, or even a hospital, who witness Medicare, or Medicaid fraud everyday, and they could get a huge reward, provided they have substantial proof, and their information is fresh-never disclosed before." According to the GAO, Medicare fraud in the US is a $60 billion dollar a year business. This astonishing amount does not include Medicaid fraud, which could also be another $60 billion dollars a year, or more. The Nursing Home Complaint Center says, "Our goal is to be the first stop a nursing home, rehab center, long term care facility, or hospital employee makes, if they want to blow the whistle on major Medicare, or Medicaid fraud. If you possess substantial proof of Medicare, or Medicaid over billing, up coding, or fraud we want to know about it, and try to explain the whistle blower process to you. Typically the best health care whistle blowers work in a nursing home, hospital, or rehab facility as a manager, in the accounting department, or in medical coding department, because they strongly suspect, or know exactly what is going on." Nursing home, or other health care employees wishing to learn more about the federal government's whistle blower programs are encouraged to call the Nursing Home Complaint Center anytime at 866-714-6466, or they can contact the group via its web site at http://NursingHomeComplaintCenter.com
The Nursing Home Complaint Center's Whistleblower Initiative Is Specifically Focused On Managers, or Nursing Home, Rehab Center, Long Term Care Facility, or Hospital Accounting Staff That Possess The Following Types of Information:
- Short Staffing-so patients are not getting mandatory hours per day in care per Medicare, or Medicaid requirements.
- Medicare billing for cognitive, speech, ambulatory, or other types of tests, that were either not necessary, or they were never done.
- Doping patients, so short staffing a facility is not difficult, but billing Medicare, or Medicaid as if the facility was fully staffed.
- Billing Medicare, or Medicaid for services never rendered
The Nursing Home Complaint Center says, "There are some really important key points about becoming a successful healthcare whistleblower, when it comes to getting big rewards. First it has to be big. Big also means close to a million dollars, or more. We try to build a world class legal team around our whistle blowers, so it has to be big enough to get the best legal team." They go onto say, "It is also vital that the whistle blower's information is fresh, or never disclosed in public before. Finally, if the whistle blower elects to go to the press, or the government first, they may have just ruined any chance they might have for a significant reward." The Nursing Home Complaint Center says, "We know this sounds complicated, and strange, but the federal reward programs revolving around Medicare, or in the instances of US States Medicaid fraud, or over billing, are actually pretty simple, and we are always on standby for a potential whistleblower, who wants to do the right thing, and for a small amount of the reward, we can partner with the whistleblower to simplify the process. The rewards can really be amazing, if the fraud, or over billing is significant, and the proof is substantial." For more information potential nursing home, or healthcare whistle blowers can contact the Nursing Home Complaint Center anytime at 866-714-6466, or they can contact the group via its web site at http://NursingHomeComplaintCenter.com