“Dr. Sabit enriched himself by performing unnecessary, invasive spinal surgeries and implanting costly and unnecessary medical devices.”
‘The problem with Medicare pricing is that it’s not set under anything scientific’
‘This has got to have a lot of subjectivity to it’
The least that can be done for taxpayers is to ensure that providers are not benefiting from improper payments.
Busting budgets already
‘Washington is afraid’
The new payment system MACR creates for Medicare is eerily similar to the IPAB model.
Senate to decide on bill next week
‘Americans need greater scrutiny of the trillions spent on entitlement programs.’
$125 BILLION down the drain
Club for Growth demands spending cuts
Patients hospitalized against their will, lied to about the treatments they paid for
Drugs tend not to help dead people
‘Congress has got to come to grips with the Medicare bureaucracy’
Health savings accounts could help correct the price distortions and fraud in the system.
False records, unnecessary medical treatment, money laundering…
One is an actuarial certainty, the other is a hypothesis. But to the left, only one is a crisis.
‘The wheelchairs were not medically necessary because the beneficiaries could walk’
Don’t trust the hospital checklist, get a lawyer.
Assistant Attorney General: ‘The mere thought of what he did is chilling’