Crimefighting for fun and profit: data-mining Medicare fraud and likely whistleblowers


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Like the Scooter/Hoverchair fraud that the gov knew about for years and yet took them like 9 years to start to combat it?

This fraud was basically giving people chairs that cost say $2000, and billed the gov. $7000. Many people didn’t even need or want them.


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He’s catching lazy frauds. Soon enough they’ll apply similar analyses and structure their own patterns accordingly, just as spammers learned to paste legitimate-looking text into their emails to dodge filters.


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