Originally Posted by VAChief
He's still a douche, he is the poster child for insurance fraud and abuse.
That's what the attacks from the left claim but there's more details to the story. Including how many companies interpreted Medicare regulations incorrectly. Plus the claims on Columbia/HCA network went as far back as 1987, years before those hospitals became part of Rick Scott’s merger. Also, there were thousands of companies charged with fraud. Virtually the entire industry was affected. Among those hit the hardest: Harvard University Hospitals, University of Chicago Hospital,Yale Hospital, Duke University Hospital, and the prestigious Johns Hopkins university hospital, just to name a few. Some turned out to be honest mistakes and the healthcare industry started pushing back. Eventually, the government was forced to launch a program to help train hospital billing personnel in how to properly interpret Medicare billing regulations.