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Tricare Compound Pharmacy and Prescription Fraud: Is It Time to Consult Experienced Attorneys?

Categories: Compound Pharmacy Fraud

Tricare Compound Pharmacy Fraud Defense Lawyers Compound pharmacy fraud remains a serious enforcement focus. Pharmacy owners, health care marketers, and physicians engaged in compound prescriptions (or related telemedicine consultations) between the years of 2014-2016 must expect new waves of investigations and indictments. Oberheiden & McMurrey is a team of former Department of Justice prosecutors and…

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What are the Penalties for Medicare Fraud?

Categories: Health Care Law

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Federal Defense Attorneys Discuss Medicare Fraud Penalties Medicare fraud costs the federal government billions of dollars every year. As Medicare fraud schemes become more sophisticated, federal authorities are increasingly pouring resources into combating fraud and abuse. While this means that more organized fraud schemes are being uncovered, it also means that legitimate health care providers…

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Prescription Drugs, Opioids, and Pill Mills: Time to Seek Experienced Defense Lawyers

Categories: Compound Pharmacy Fraud

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Prescription and Drug Fraud Defense Attorneys Former Federal Prosecutors and Experienced Health Care Fraud Defense Lawyers – Protecting Physicians & Health Care Business Owners About Oberheiden & McMurrey Oberheiden & McMurrey is known for its health care fraud defense practice. What makes Oberheiden & McMurrey a first-choice for clients is our powerful combination of government…

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What Happens if You’re Involved with Patient Brokering in Florida?

Categories: Health Care Fraud

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 Patient Brokering Defense Law Team Serving the State of Florida In Florida, the Patient Brokering Act and related statutes present some of the most significant legal risks for physicians, pharmacists, hospitals, nursing homes, and other health care providers under state law. The Patient Brokering Act is a criminal statute, and violating the Act is a…

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“Opioids, Compounds, and Kickbacks”: Expect More Health Care Fraud Crackdowns

Categories: Compound Pharmacy Fraud

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Former DOJ-Health Care Prosecutors & Experienced Criminal Trial Attorneys Former Federal Prosecutors and Experienced Health Care Fraud Defense Lawyers – Protecting Physicians & Health Care Business Owners Physicians and owners of health care companies must remain vigilant. In light of increased federal scrutiny and new waves of indictments, it is imperative to make the right…

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