How New York is enabling rampant Medicaid fraud

In New Jersey, the police have an odd enforcement tactic against drunken driving. Cops often list in newspapers the specific areas where there will be DWI checkpoints.

Why? I don’t know. Anyone planning to get boozed up and behind the wheel can simply go a different way and not get caught.

New York does pretty much the same thing in going after Medicaid fraud, according to a well-connected whistleblower who doesn’t want me to reveal his name. Each year, the New York State Office of the Medicaid Inspector General issues a “Work Plan” — a “blueprint,” it’s called — that explains what enforcement actions will be on the agenda.

Source: How New York is enabling rampant Medicaid fraud / New York Post

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