The Office of the Inspector General’s Most Wanted health Care Fugitive list contains 10 of the 170 health care fugitives that are sought by the OIG for potential fraudulent activities. It reminds us of the days of the posters in the Post Office but this posting is in the web world with access by millions of internet users. Since the initiation of the most wanted list in February, 2011, the OIG has captured 7 fugitives. By clicking on each of the fugitives picture, the viewer obtains information about the potential fraudulent activities including information such as indictments and other interesting details about the reasons for inclusion as one of the most wanted. Use the link at http://www.oig.hhs.gov/fraud/fugitives/index.asp to keep up to date on the OIG’s targets for capture in their efforts to eliminate fraud and abuse in the government health care programs.
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