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By John R. Bolton
Reality calls for attaching Gaza to Egypt and the West Bank to Jordan
Topic - Daniel R. Levinson
"For 32 percent of home health claims that required face-to-face encounters, the documentation did not meet Medicare requirements, resulting in $2 billion in payments that should not have been made," Inspector General Daniel R. Levinson wrote in his report. "Furthermore, physicians inconsistently completed the narrative portion of the face-to-face documentation."
"Whenever hospitals knowingly overcharge Medicare, critically needed resources are wasted and health costs are driven up," said Inspector General Daniel R. Levinson at the Department of Health and Human Services.