By the time Medicaid fraud investigators contact you, most of their investigation has been completed.
You were not chosen at random. The investigators have already reviewed your claims to Medicaid and other government healthcare programs. They have interviewed witnesses. They have come to the conclusion that you violated the law.
The next step is critical. Will they charge you with serious crimes? Will they demand that you pay back money? Will new evidence convince them that you have done nothing wrong or that any mistakes you made were unintentional?
The answers to these questions will depend on how you respond to the investigators. Respond properly and you may be able to avoid serious consequences, even if you made mistakes. Fail to respond properly and you may face a life-changing disaster that includes heavy fines, a criminal record, the loss of professional licenses, exclusion from future participation in the Medicaid program, a long prison sentence and, if you are not a U.S. citizen, deportation.
How should you respond? Should you turn over documents? Should you agree to be interviewed?
These are just some of the questions I answer in my free guides. One guide is designed specifically for doctors and other healthcare professionals. The other guide is designed for Medicaid recipients.
Both guides are based on more than 30 years of experience representing both healthcare providers who are under investigation and whistleblowers who are working with the government.
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