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Unformatted text preview: I chose the United States v. Krizek case because it happens all the time and this could also affect the money that could help other individuals pay for their own care. I feel that anything that is filed on purpose that is not the truth should be filed against you and that person should have to face those consequences. Not only are they taking away care that could be provided to other patients they are committing a crime the same as theft. It’s the same if someone worked one four hours and the company decided to only pay them for one hour. I feel the wife knew what she was doing and was just trying to fatten her wallet. The False Claims Act of 1986 prohibits knowingly presenting, or causing to be presented to the government a false claim for payment; knowingly making, using, or causing to be made or used a false record or statement to get a false claim paid or approved by the government (Pozgar, p. 63). This is another example where the doctor’s prey on their patients to make more money without doing the work or care needed. A criminal act overall was committed and they should pay the price. Pozgar, G. D. (2012). False Claims. In Legal Aspects of Health Care Administration (pp. 63). Sudbury: Jones & Bartlett Learning....
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- Spring '13
- Government, False Claims Act, government insurance, it. Insurance policies