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MAA 102 FINAL

Examples of Medicaid Fraud

QuestionAnswer
Billing for services not performed Billing for services not performed
Billing for more costly service than the one provided Billing for more costly services than the one provided
Billing separately for services that should be combined Billing separately for services that should be combined
Billing more than once for the same service Billing more than once for the same service
Billing for brand name drugs when generic drugs are dispensed Billing for brand name drugs when generic drugs are dispensed
Providing unnecessary services Providing unnecessary services
Billing for Services Not Performed More Costly Services Than The One Provided Brand Named Drugs When Generic Drugs Are Dispensed
Billing Separately for Services that should be combined
Billing More Than Once For The Same Service
Providing Unnecessary Services
Providing Unnecessary Services
3 Billing Fors: BMS More Costly Services Than The One Provided Services Not Performed Brand Name Drugs When Generic Drugs Are Dispensed
2 Other Billings: SM Separately for Services That Should Be Combined More Than Once For The Same Services
Last One: Providing Unnecessary Services
BMS Billing For brand name drugs when generic drugs are dispensed Billing for more costly services than the one provided Billing for services not performed
MSP Billing separately for services that should be combined Billing more than once for the same service Providing unnecessary Services
Created by: JDenning8984