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Types of Fraud:

Provider Fraud
 Fraud committed by a doctor, health facility, home based facilities (including non-medical professional services) available to Medicaid Clients.

Client Fraud
Medicaid clients intentionally receiving services they are not entitled to by a Medicaid provider, or obtaining Medicaid health services they do not qualify for.

When providers and patients steal from Wyoming medicaid, their criminal acts decrease the resources available to the program for other people in need. Medicaid fraud degrades the quality of treatment available to all, as dishonest providers try to reduce their costs and increase their personal profit. To compensate for fraud, Wyoming must either decrease services to honest providers and clients or raise taxes. Use this site to learn about what Wyoming is doing to stop Medicaid fraud, and how you can help.
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Recent Fraud News

  • Wyoming Medicaid Fraud Control Units are hard at work protecting millions of dollars from conniving individuals. Here are their recent achievements.
  • Cheyenne Provider Found Guilty of Medicaid Fraud Wyoming Attorney General Greg Phillips announces that a Laramie County man was found guilty last week in state district court on multiple charges of Medicaid fraud.Adebowale Oluseyi “Ted” Adekale ...
    Posted Aug 14, 2014, 9:44 AM by
  • Cheyenne Woman Convicted of Health Care Fraud U.S. Attorney Christopher A. Crofts announced today that Cheyenne resident Deborah Kay Person has been convicted in federal court. Person was charged by indictment with a violation of 18 ...
    Posted Aug 14, 2014, 9:42 AM by
  • Buffalo Health Care Provider Indicted for Fraud A Wyoming Medicaid provider from Buffalo has been indicted for health care fraud by a federal grand jury.Beverly Kenik, providing services through her business, Mountain Home Consulting, was indicted ...
    Posted Aug 14, 2014, 9:40 AM by
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