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Investigating Health Care Fraud Through A Civil Investigative Demand (CID)

Categories: False Claims Act

A common approach federal authorities use to investigate health care fraud is through civil investigative demands (CID).  CIDs are requests for documentation that prosecutors issue in connection with a federal investigation.  Compliance with CIDs is required regardless of whether the recipient is charged with a violation or is personally under investigation.  In the context of…

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Civil Investigative Demands & The False Claims Act

Categories: False Claims Act

CID and False Claims Act

The attorneys at Oberheiden & McMurrey are a team of former federal health care prosecutors and veteran health care fraud defense attorneys.  Our attorneys include the former chief for health care fraud at the U.S. Attorney’s Office, former Assistant United States Attorneys (AUSA), former Special Assistant United States Attorneys (SAUSA), former Department of Justice Trial…

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Los Angeles False Claims Act & Whistleblower Defense

Categories: False Claims Act

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Los Angeles Office 12400 Wilshire Blvd #1180 Los Angeles, CA 90025 310-873-8140 (Meeting location by appointment only) Oberheiden & McMurrey is a health care fraud defense firm with extensive experience with all aspects of whistleblower lawsuits. Several of our attorneys previously reviewed and prosecuted whistleblower cases at the Department of Justice and understand how important…

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Will the Results of a ZPIC Audit Be Shared with Prosecutors?

Categories: False Claims Act

ZPIC audit

ZPIC Attorney Hotline: 800-810-0259 Experienced Health Care Fraud Defense Lawyers Discuss about the ZPIC Audit Process Former Medicare Prosecutors & Defense Counsel The Oberheiden & McMurrey, LLP advises clients from across the country with ZPIC audits, OESSA forms, and hospice and home health certifications. Our team of former federal healthcare prosecutors, many of which previously…

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