Medicare’s Fraud Prevention System that uses predictive algorithms to analyze provider billing patterns caught nearly $211 million in improper Medicare payments during the past year.

That is almost double the rate of the first year using the system, according to the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services. In a report to Congress, CMS said it took action against 938 providers and suppliers after analyzing every Medicare fee-for-service claim.

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