This is a course in the investigation and civil and criminal prosecution of health care fraud and abuse. It will introduce the basic statutory structures of the provision of health care in the United States, the mechanisms by which individuals have abused that structure for personal or corporate gain, and the statutes and regulations under which such individuals are held responsible for that conduct. In addition, it will explicate the processes by which such abuse is discovered and investigated, the challenges that such investigations face, and the ways in which both prosecutors and defense counsel can most effectively overcome those challenges and benefit their respective clients.
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