Those sharing coverage may qualify for help

June 2011
Same-Day Surgery;Jun2011, Vol. 35 Issue 6, p61
Academic Journal
The article reports that many patients who pose as others to share insurance coverage in the U.S. may be eligible for financial assistance and presents information that hospitals can use to prevent medical fraud.


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