The Accountable Care Act (health reform) included a broad range of new statutes to crack down on health care fraud and abuse by increasing enforcement and keeping offenders from participating in government health programs.
"The government's focus on fraud is here to stay, so it's important for people to try to navigate through the federal health care programs to stay current on all the changes," says Amy Nordeng, government affairs counsel at the Medical Group Management Association.
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