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UltimateHoboW/Shotgun
07-24-2011, 09:08 PM
http://www.therightscoop.com/okeefe-unveils-4th-medicaid-sting-video/

By now I am convinced it is darn-near impossible to actually get turned away for any reason when walking into a Medicaid office. You could say “I have a stack of corpses in my basement; will that be a problem?” and they’d probably just tell you not to put that on the application.

Still waiting for the media to show an ounce of interest in any of this.



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UberBroncoMan
07-24-2011, 09:45 PM
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This one made me lul. Even if it is an example of how ****ed up our nation is.

epicSocialism4tw
07-24-2011, 09:55 PM
Medicare fraud for everyone I guess.

ColoradoDarin
07-25-2011, 06:56 AM
Medicare fraud for everyone I guess.

The problem is incentive. Only people who get denied their claims complain, thus giving employees incentive to do whatever they can to get them approved. Yes, yes, they have a policy about not doing this or that, but the real incentive is right there. Do whatever you have to do to not have someone send in a complaint.

There is no incentive to save the taxpayers money, there is no incentive to verify people should actually be receiving help. We need some 'secret shoppers' to catch these kind of things. All the people in the videos should not be 'retrained', they should be fired.

gunns
07-25-2011, 07:42 AM
The problem is incentive. Only people who get denied their claims complain, thus giving employees incentive to do whatever they can to get them approved. Yes, yes, they have a policy about not doing this or that, but the real incentive is right there. Do whatever you have to do to not have someone send in a complaint.

There is no incentive to save the taxpayers money, there is no incentive to verify people should actually be receiving help. We need some 'secret shoppers' to catch these kind of things. All the people in the videos should not be 'retrained', they should be fired.

It isn't a matter of complaints, hell they come on a regular basis. No, there is no incentive to save tax payer money. Employees who say they are watching out for tax payer money are told that isn't their job. Out of all the welfare programs medicaid is the one they bend over backwards to get people eligible for. It is the program that has the least verifications, although food stamps is quickly catching up. With the current economy and overall, Americans are the biggest frauders, but a very close second are legal immigrants...in all programs and the biggest complainers. Our government is enabling so many.

epicSocialism4tw
07-25-2011, 12:36 PM
There is no incentive to save the taxpayers money, there is no incentive to verify people should actually be receiving help. We need some 'secret shoppers' to catch these kind of things. All the people in the videos should not be 'retrained', they should be fired.

Ain't that the truth.