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The following links provide access to information, press releases and organizations, or agencies that specifically concern healthcare fraud, investigations and prosecutions.


Federal Bureau of Investigation: The indictment said the FBI conducted a long-term undercover investigation of the individuals and companies accused of the alleged violations.

Civil Division U.S. Department of Justice: Look for Press Releases for Civil Division Cases


National Health Care Anti-Fraud Association (NHCAA): Founded in 1985 by several private health insurers and Federal/State law enforcement officials, the National Health Care Anti-Fraud Association (NHCAA) is a unique, issue-based organization comprising private- and public-sector individuals and organizations responsible for the detection, investigation, and prosecution of health care fraud.

National Council Against Health Fraud, Inc.: The NCAHF is a non-profit, tax-exempt voluntary health agency that focuses its attention upon health fraud, misinformation and quackery as public health problems. It is private, nonpolitical and nonsectarian. The organization is comprised of health professionals, educators, researchers, attorneys and concerned citizens. Its officers and board members serve without compensation.

Quackwatch: Your Guide to Health Fraud, Quackery and Intelligent Decisions

Health Care Financing Administration (HCFA): Welcome to the Health Care Financing Administration (HCFA), the federal agency that administers the Medicare, Medicaid and Child Health Insurance Programs.

Anti-Fraud and Abuse Activities: The Administration on Aging is dedicated to preventing instances of Medicare and Medicaid fraud, waste and abuse.  By educating aging network personnel and training
retired volunteers in communities across the country to look at benefit statements, AoA wants to make older Americans and their advocates better health care consumers.

Fraud in Healthcare Links: Health Care Information Resources makes information about health and disease accessible in the belief that the informed consumer is a more satisfied consumer of healthcare. This service does not offer advice about health or healthcare and cannot substitute for a healthcare practitioner.