The U.S. Department of Justice went after fraud in the health care industry in a big way during Fiscal Year 2018.

Of the $2.8 billion in settlements and judgments that the government obtained during the year through False Claims Act cases, more than $2.5 billion involved health care fraud—an increase of more than $329 million over health care fraud recoveries for the prior fiscal year, according to DOJ statistics.

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