medicaid fraud investigation

William Sherman
In this fourteenth and final article in the New York Daily News' investigation into medicaid fraud, William Sherman recaps the most salient failures of the system and reports on new legislation and amendments to the current medicaid system that could cut medial assistance costs by 20%.
William Sherman
In this sixth installment of the New York Daily News' investigation into medicaid fraud by William Sherman, he goes into a podiatrists office hoping that a doctor will look at his foot - and they do everything but.
William Sherman
The eleventh installment of this Pulitzer-prize-winning series about medicaid fraud by New York Daily News reporter William Sherman details how hearing aid companies maximize their profits by ordering devices for elderly that don't need them.
William Sherman
The eighth installment of this Pulitzer-prize-winning series about medicaid fraud by New York Daily News reporter William Sherman exposes how dentist Fred Fisher billed over $1 million dollars to medicaid in just two years and despite his indictment by a Manhattan grand jury, still runs his dental practice.
William Sherman
The ninth installment of a Pulitzer-prize-winning series exposing medicaid fraud by New York Daily News reporter William Sherman reveals how only a very small proportion of doctors accept medicaid and those who do, more often than not, offer substandard care.
William Sherman
The eighth installment of this Pulitzer-prize-winning series exposing medicaid fraud by New York Daily News reporter William Sherman reveals how medicaid psychiatrists bill patients for hour-long visits when they routinely last about 10 minutes.
William Sherman
The seventh installment of a Pulitzer-prize-winning series exposing medicaid fraud by New York Daily News reporter William Sherman. This article concentrates on the questionable practices of a one-stop-Medicaid-shop in Harlem, that was the top billing center for medicaid for the year of 1972.
William Sherman
The fifth installment of a Pulitzer-prize-winning series exposing medicaid fraud by New York Daily News reporter William Sherman reveals how doctors and pharmacies work together to maximize their profits.
William Sherman
The fourth installment of William Sherman's Pulitzer-prize-winning series exposing medicaid fraud in the New York Daily News. In this article, Sherman is told that he needs eye glasses, despite having 20-20 vision.
William Sherman
The third installment of a Pulitzer-prize-winning series exposing medicaid fraud by New York Daily News reporter William Sherman. In this article, Sherman reveals how one doctor received hundreds of thousands in reimbursements for prescribing unauthorized remedies like sesame oil as a cure for heroin addiction.
William Sherman
The second article of a Pulitzer-prize-winning series exposing medicaid fraud by New York Daily News reporter William Sherman, who posed as a patient with a cold looking to see a doctor. He saw several.
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