Knicole Emanuel Speaks About CSC Fraud Investigation on ABC
I was interviewed by Heather Waliga, ABC News, last Friday about the U.S. Attorney’s lawsuit against Computer Sciences Corporation (CSC) accusing CSC of hundreds of millions of dollars of Medicaid fraud.
To watch the video, please click here.
But, beware! Do not make the video full screen unless you are prepared to see a very, large, close-up picture of my head. The camera man zoomed in to, literally, just my head.
Posted on November 4, 2014, in Accountability, CMS, Computer Sciences Corporation, Credible Allegations of Fraud, Criminal Medicaid Fraud, CSC, Division of Medical Assistance, False Claims, False Claims Act, Federal Government, Federal Law, Health Care Providers and Services, Lawsuit, Legal Analysis, Medicaid, Medicaid Attorney, Medicaid Billing, Medicaid Funds, Medicaid Reimbursements, Medicare Attorney, NC, NC DHHS, NCTrack Glitches, NCTracks, NCTracks Billing Issues, New York Medicaid, North Carolina, Tax Dollars, Taxes, Taxpayers and tagged ABC, Computer Sciences Corporation, CSC, Division of Medical Assistance, DMA, Fraud, Health care provider, Heather Waliga, Medicaid, Medicaid Fraud, Medicaid recipients, Medicaid Reimbursments, Medicaid Services, NC DHHS, NCTracks, NCTracks Billing Issues, NCTracks Problems, New York Medicaid, North Carolina, U.S. Attorney. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.
You do have a very nice head!
The camera man could definitely have zoomed out some! Now I feel like I need Botox!