Facing a Medicare Billing Audit or Fraud Charges?

As you know, Medicare billing is very complicated, which is why so many doctors and small to mid-sized clinics rely on billing services to handle the processing of their Medicare, Medicaid and other insurance billing needs. Because of the complexity of the task, there is room for error as well as for Medicare billing fraud.

Audits Can Be the Beginning of a Serious Legal Problem

If the government is suspicious that fraudulent billing has occurred, it will conduct a Medicare billing audit. An auditor will come to the billing service, or to the clinic or doctor's office, and ask to see records and receipts from the medical product manufacturer or the drug company. They may call patients to ask directly about services received and paid for through Medicare or Medicaid.

If you or your company is facing criminal charges of Medicare billing fraud after an audit, or if you have been contacted about an audit and want counsel from an experienced health care fraud lawyer, contact attorney Frank A. Rubino, Esq..

The Experience to Handle Complex Fraud Cases

Mr. Rubino is one of the most prominent and experienced defense lawyers in the United States. He has more than 30 years of experience handling federal white collar crime and health care fraud cases. Mr. Rubino is known for his ability to get charges dropped or punishments lessened before charges are even filed.

Frank Rubino has a national reputation for aggressive defense of high-profile clients facing serious federal criminal charges. His successful results in complex and large-scale fraud cases attract clients from across Florida and the United States when they need defense in cases involving:

  • Fraudulent billing for services not rendered or durable medical goods not received
  • Fraudulent cost reports
  • Kickbacks
  • Conspiracy
  • Money laundering

Are You Under Investigation?

Before the government brings a fraud charge in federal court, it conducts a lengthy and in-depth fraud investigation (the Medicare billing audit may be one part), which may include a grand jury proceeding. If you have been called to testify, your first call should be to an experienced federal defense lawyer. Drawing upon extensive experience in grand jury proceedings, Mr. Rubino can help you prepare for this experience.

Contact Us for Effective Defense

Frank Rubino limits his practice to only the most serious, large-scale criminal defense matters. He has a long list of successes in representing Fortune 500 executives. If you represent a hospital or health care provider facing Medicare billing fraud or other health care fraud charges, contact attorney Frank A. Rubino, Esq. immediately. Call 866-718-3994 to arrange an appointment at his offices in Houston or Miami.