What is Unbundling Medicaid Fraud?
Straightforward answers about unbundling Medicaid fraud from a lawyer you can trust
Medicaid fraud cases can be extremely complicated. One of the most complex forms of this type of fraud includes unbundling. This term refers to dishonest medical professionals to bill separately for individual medical procedures that would otherwise be grouped together into a single bill. Medicaid often pays less for certain medical procedures grouped together. That's why some health care providers engage in such illegal practices.
Unbundling might not seem like a serious crime. But when doctors or other medical professional repeatedly submit bills to Medicaid for unbundled services, the amount of the money these medical professionals receive can be thousands of dollars more. And that means less money for people who legitimately rely on Medicaid for health care.
Get the support you need for your unbundling Medicaid fraud case
Too often, too many people think they can handle Medicaid fraud claims on their own. Or they simply get discouraged - or afraid - to file a claim, even though they truly believe that a doctor or hospital is intentionally breaking the law and falsely billing you or others.
They don't scare us. We know how to deal with medical professionals breaking the law by overbilling or billing Medicaid for services not performed. We have years of experience and would be proud to put our knowledge to work for you.
This may be your only opportunity for justice. Seize it. Contact Brewer & Pritchard today. Call 800-445-8710 and schedule an appointment. The sooner you contact us, the sooner we can start investigating your complaint and holding medical professionals and big institutions responsible for their actions.