TennCare Fraud Cases Again On The Rise After Recent Decline

The Number Of TennCare Fraud Cases For May And June Stand At 6 Cases Per Month, Which Match The Highest Number Of The Year So Far, Set In March.

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Tennessee Hospice Company Sued for Medicare/Medicaid Fraud

The Federal Government Has Joined Tennessee In A Lawsuit Against Nashville-Based Avalon Hospice, The State’s Largest Hospice Company. The Suit Claims That The Company Filed False Medicare And Medicaid Claims For Patients Who Were Not Eligible For The Benefits.

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TN’s Department of Commerce and Insurance Issue Warning About Social Isolation and Financial Exploitation

In Honor Of National Senior Fraud Awareness Day, The Tennessee Department Of Commerce & Insurance’s Securities Division Issued A Warning To Tennesseans About The Correlation Between Social Isolation And The Risk Of Financial Exploitation.

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TennCare Fraud Cases Decline In April, But Still Higher Than Average

The Number Of Reported Tenncare Fraud Cases Declined In April Down To Just Three For The Month From A Recent High Number Of 6 Cases In March. Despite The Drop By Half For April, The Number Is Still High Considering The Average.

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The Tennessee Conservative News Break April 1, 2021

1) Vaccine Medical Exemption Bill Passes Senate Committee With Support From Across The State
2) Tennessee Inmate Runs International Crime Network
3) TennCare Fraud Cases On The Rise
4) Texas Governor Demands Biden Administration Answer Questions About Border Crisis
5) UTC Offers COVID-19 Vaccine Clinics To Students, Faculty And Staff

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TennCare Fraud Cases On The Rise

In March Alone, There Were Six Separate Cases Of Tenncare Fraud Reported In Tennessee. This Number Is Up From Only One Case In February And Another Single Case In January. The March Cases Involve Offenders All Across Tennessee And From Other States Including New Hampshire And Georgia.

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New Federal Fraud, Money Laundering Charges Against Tennessee State Senator

If Convicted, Robinson And Her Co-Defendants Each Face Up To 20 Years In Federal Prison Followed By Three Years Of Supervised Release.

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DOJ Charges Three Memphis Tax Preparers For Stealing $1.1M In COVID-19 Relief

The U.S. Department of Justice announced federal charges Monday against three Memphis tax preparers for allegedly defrauding the federal government of $1.1 million in COVID-19 relief funds.

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