As federal judges in New York and elsewhere continue to hand down decades-plus long prison sentences for health care fraud and the administration increases federal resources devoted to combating health care fraud, health care providers should pay close attention to the “badges of fraud” that may land your company in the crosshairs of a federal criminal investigation.

Below, we look at the “red flags”—the areas of potential fraud of which a health care company should be aware to stay compliant and off the DOJ’s radar.

A Hot Enforcement Area

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