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Stories from the Field: Medicare Fraud in South Florida

This week, the National Hispanic Council on Aging (NHCOA) is hosting its annual Regional Meeting in Miami, FL. While in Miami, NHCOA team members met with staff from its local affiliate, Abriendo Puertas – a community-based organization that provides resources and services to the Little Havana neighborhood, including anti-Medicare fraud education through the National Hispanic SMP (NHSMP). This service is particularly important in South Florida since Miami has long been known as ground zero for Medicare fraud, finding itself at the center of major fraud busts that garner national headlines. There are several factors that make Miami a prime location forRead More