NJ Charity Care Fraud

NJ Charity Care Fraud

In New Jersey, charity care fraud is treated very seriously.  There are a number of ways that charity care fraud is detected including but not limited to a hotline to report fraud.  These tips are fully investigated.  The investigators are very professional and they will interview people and send out subpoenas to get the information they need to determine if there really was fraud. Your first indication that there is a problem may be a letter you receive from the Medicaid Fraud Division.  They may request documents and may also want an interview.  Please note that anything you say can and will be used against you. While charity care fraud in and of itself involves civil penalties, it can also lead to serious criminal charges

If you think that you are facing a charity care fraud investigation, call our team of tough, smart lawyers before you say or do anything.  Let us fight for you so that you are protected from possible disaster.

§ 10:52-11.12 Additional information to be supplied to facility by applicant

(b) An applicant who willfully presents false information will be liable for all hospital charges and subject to civil penalties pursuant to N.J.S.A. 26:2H-18.63.

Posted on February 20, 2015, in Our Services and tagged , . Bookmark the permalink. Comments Off on NJ Charity Care Fraud.

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