By Rand Paul
Obama acts as though we no longer have a Constitution
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A new report by federal auditors says a Kansas-based company may have paid out as much as $4.2 million in potentially fraudulent Medicare claims for penis pumps, and the auditors are asking the company to refund the government the money.
"In question here is not if these services were delivered, but the format of the proof of delivery," he said. "We have provided proof that the packages were delivered, which includes the elements requested by Medicare and has been confirmed by the third-party delivery service."
Mr. van Halem did acknowledge the claim paid out when there was no doctor's signature and that two other claims where there was no clinical documentation of a problem were in error.