More whistleblower claims based upon abusive billing under the Medicare Part D program are likely to follow, if the Office of the Inspector General's recent report is to be believed.
The Huffington Post reports that the OIG found that the popular $53 billion prescription drug benefit program "has limited safeguards in place and is vulnerable to fraud, waste and abuse."
Cities such as Los Angeles, New york and Baltimore showed elevated rates of potentially fraudulent billing.
If you work or worked at a North Carolina pharmacy where you believe fraudulent Medicare Part D billing took place, you should consult with a North Carolina whistleblower attorney to schedule a confidential consultation to discuss your options.
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