He had his company's employees use the stolen information to cold call seniors for services they didn't need or could not qualify for. His home health business then submitted fraudulent bills to Medicare and Medicaid
"Authorities say he misused the private information of more than 3,000 patients."It is unclear over how many years the identity thefts occurred. The hospital learned of the ID thefts when a worker at the home health business contacted police to report the owner had patient lists from the hospital. Healthcare organizations can proactively detect identity thefts and privacy data breaches, rather than learn about them from third parties, by utilizing low-cost on-demand SaaS analytics services.
- Dallas News
Learn how to proactively detect identity theft and unauthorized breaches of data privacy, even by authorized users - with no hardware and no on-site software.Sources:
(a) Ex-Parkland employee to plead guilty to Medicare fraud - www.DallasNews.com,10/31/2014