Certain Courts require more detailed information than others. Some Courts require a specimen of an illegal billing from start to finish. For example, if you know the practice is billing for services not rendered, or upcoding, or performing unnecessary services then to establish that case you may need to show the billing records and medical records that patient John Doe is a Medicare recipient who came in for a knee contusion and after a brief examination the practice fraudulently billed Doe for everything any anything wholly unrelated to the visit. This creates a tension, as you are not authorized to take record you wouldn’t ordinarily have access to, but should make copies of records that you have access to that show the fraud. Please do not rely on this paragraph for anything. You should retain a qui tam lawyer before engaging in the process of record copying to ensure you are in compliance with the law.
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