NEW YORK, March 22, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Healthcare fraud comes in many forms, from someone stealing your identity to getprescription drugs to ordering unnecessary tests to drive up insurance billing. While some fraud may be easy to spot, others may not be as clear. Regardless of the type of fraud, you have the opportunity to speak out and report your suspicions. Whistleblower
Every year, fraud and abuse in the healthcare industry result in the loss of billions of dollars. If you're aware of any healthcare fraud occurring in your current or former workplace, you can stand up for what's right and have the potential to earn a financial reward for doing so. Whistleblower advocates, FEA, are always ready to assist and guide you through the whistleblowing process.
About Fraud Expert Advisors (FEA): Fraud Expert Advisors are not attorneys; they are a community of whistleblowers ready to advise others on what it's like to become a whistleblower and guide those seeking to blow the whistle on fraud through the often daunting legal process. FEA provides a safe space for whistleblowers to share information and experiences, while addressing any concerns and uncertainties regarding fraud claims. FEA has recovered billions of dollars in the past five years in consulting whistleblowers facing against big and small businesses alike, speaking to their ability to instill the confidence needed to step forward as a whistleblower. Put your trust into an FEA advisor today if you think your employer is engaging in fraud or other illegal activities.
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