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On a related note, I help my Mom check her Medicare transactions on line as a fraud prevention. Once during the past year we found charges from a provider far in excess of our understanding of the total cost. I challenged the provider and who gave us some hokey excuse, and as a result we stopped using that doctor. Not exactly fraud but still a bit questionable.


I think this is a big one. We had the hospital here billing for home nurse care that didn't happen. It was caught because someone looked at the bill and hadn't had anyone come to his home.

I wonder how many folks look at the bill, since it's paid by Medicare.
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