As President Trump took office America was facing absolutely staggering and sobering statistics with fraud. Medicaid fraud alone was costing Americans $140 billion annually and consumer fraud was costing Americans $16 billion annually. How will the Trump administration attempt to cut the fraud in America?
7/13/17: Federal authorities announced charges against 412 physicians, nurses, pharmacists and other medical professionals, in what Attorney General Jeff Sessions called the largest health care fraud enforcement operation in U.S. history.
1/11/18: The Trump administration announced that states (for the first time in half a century) can move toward imposing work or job training requirements on people as a condition for obtaining health insurance under the Medicaid government program. In short, this new policy will eliminate the decades of massive fraud in Medicaid where millions of abled body people are fraudulently receiving Medicaid benefits.