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Attorney For Medicare And Medicaid Fraud Defense In Texas

Fraud involving Medicare or Medicaid is serious and should not be taken lightly. For health care providers, even simple, honest billing mistakes can turn into fraud investigations and possibly criminal charges if not treated with the utmost care.

If you are concerned about possible billing errors or are aware of fraudulent activity, it is in your best interest to retain the services of a lawyer who understands Medicare and Medicaid regulations. I am attorney Alejandro Mora, and I have more than 10 years of experience representing Texas health care providers facing Medicare and Medicaid fraud investigations.

Take immediate action to protect yourself from allegations of fraud. Call The Law Offices of Alejandro Mora, PLLC, at 512-937-1128 for a free consultation. From my law office in Austin, I represent health care providers in Dallas-Fort Worth, Houston and San Antonio and throughout Texas.

What is Considered Medicare And/Or Medicaid Fraud?

Medicare and Medicaid fraud is when someone intentionally misleads those running these programs to provide them with payments they don’t need.

Some examples of Medicare and Medicaid fraud include:

  • Billing the programs for services they never provided to patients
  • Billing the programs for a more expensive service than they offered patients
  • Taking bribes to refer Medicare patients to specific providers
  • Requesting reimbursement for medical equipment or procedures that patients do not need

If you face accusations of Medicare or Medicaid fraud, speak to one of our lawyers right away. Call 512-937-1128 today.

A Fraud Investigation Can Cost You Your Business. Don’t Risk It.

When a formal fraud investigation is already underway, my team and I can assist you. I have extensive health care, administrative and regulatory law experience to help clients with the Medicare Fraud Control Unit and FBI agents to keep investigations from leading to disastrous consequences or even criminal charges.

Trying to navigate this process on your own, without qualified legal advice, is the wrong approach. Clients are at risk of the government freezing all Medicare and Medicaid payments. Common consequences also include losing the ability to bill Medicare or Medicaid, losing your state license, losing cash flow and losing your business.

I have experience handling issues involving:

  • Medical billing fraud/falsely billing
  • Overbilling
  • Filing claims for false procedures
  • Filing claims for falsified patients
  • Making up patient problems and illnesses
  • Illegal fee sharing

In addition to helping health care providers in the middle of fraud investigations, I work with my clients to preemptively disclose potential issues prior to the onset of an investigation. I will analyze your business practices and advise you on ways to prevent inquiries from becoming full-blown fraud investigations. I am here to help you navigate the maze of health care regulations you face.

Are Health Care Providers The Only Ones Who Can Commit Medicare And/Or Medicaid Fraud?

Contrary to popular belief, medical professionals are not the only ones who can commit Medicare and Medicaid fraud. Patient recruiters, scammers and billing administrators can also face accusations for these crimes.

What Are The Consequences Of Medicare And/Or Medicaid Fraud?

Those found guilty of Medicare and Medicaid fraud can face various penalties. Some of those can include:

  • Expensive fines
  • Jail time
  • Loss of professional license (if you are a doctor or other health care provider)

In some cases, civil penalties can also be imposed on those found guilty of fraud charges.

Arrange Your Free Consultation Today

I offer free initial consultations because I want to help you prevent a costly error that could jeopardize your business. You have nothing to lose by speaking with a skilled lawyer today.

Call 512-937-1128 or contact my office by email for more information about Medicare and Medicaid fraud investigations.