Types of Fraudulent Healthcare Activity

There is a variety of healthcare fraud that takes place throughout Florida concerning a variety of government funding programs. The overbilling for medical services is one of the most common types of healthcare fraud throughout the state.

Other forms of fraud include:

  • Charging for services that were not provided
  • Inflating the cost of a healthcare procedure
  • Falsifying a patient's records
  • Performing an unnecessary surgery / procedure

These types of healthcare fraud are typically discovered in relationship to dentists, doctors, pharmacists, and other individuals who offer health care services. Healthcare fraud also involves prescription fraud, when pharmacists who bill for prescriptions that were not actually given. The burden of proof is on the prosecutor who may have begun building a case against you prior to your knowledge that you were under suspicion.

It is essential that you have your case reviewed by one of our experienced Tampa criminal defense attorneys. Our firm is experienced in handling similar cases and can provide you with the necessary criminal defense from the beginning to end of your case. We can perform a careful review of your case to find any possible acts of maliciousness. There may be clinical or government errors and we can discover them with a thorough investigation.

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