Unique Areas Of Risk In Ill.'s ICFPA

Law360, New York (August 14, 2013, 12:04 PM EDT) -- Over the past decade, efforts to enforce health care fraud have been bolstered significantly with increased state and federal funding along with an arsenal of new investigative tools. The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act alone provides an additional $350 million over 10 years to help fight health care fraud.[1] Less publicized legislation has also been enacted to offer more options and incentives for those with knowledge of fraud, enabling such individuals to more frequently initiate litigation and share in the monetary damages of successful cases. 

For example, while the risk of private whistleblowers has long existed in the health care...

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