U.S. Health Fraud Stings Net 301 People This Year, Most EverBy
Number of people charged climbed from 243 last year: officials
In one case, $36 million in fake claims were from drug clinics
The U.S. charged 301 people this year in a series of medical fraud sting operations, the most ever, for allegedly running scams that bilked the government out of $900 million.
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