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Senior Contributor

Re: Her couson Vinnie

He graduated on line at gov.com...............

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Re: The fraud is worse

In England, they started requirement for continuing disability claims.   Everyone on disability, needed a Dr.s signature, annualy, in order to extend their benefits another year.   The Dr.s were told they would be held accountable for any fraud they helped perpetuate.

Since they started doing that, they now only pay HALF the disability, that they used to.   Also, anyone who claims the Dr. somehow 'missed' their disability, has the right to plead their cause on a case-by-case basis, and if found to still be disabled, will get their coverage retro-actively.

Going to a system such as that, shouldn't cost much, and would be much easier to monitor than the way we do it now.

The fraud level to private insurance companies is far below that of government agencies.   There are many theories why, but mainly I think it is because you watch your own money more carefully than you do someone else's.

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Re: The fraud is worse

Don't forget to mention the number of private insurers that are defrauding patients by denying claims. There have been some pretty health lawsuits won for patients and huge punitive damages because of insolent insurance companies

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Re:fraud here is estimated at 60%

and growing due to gov people running them down and hunting them then creating fake diseases comes with obalmos bllodlines

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Since you mentioned it

There are VA hospitals that are in some pretty deep doo-doo because of the un-necessary patient deaths, as well.  I don't think that any private insurers at fault, over there.

 

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Re: The fraud is worse

Where did it say in that article, these are liberals?