Happy Tuesday. It’s time for this week’s edition of Investigative Roundup, gathering some of the best investigative reporting on healthcare from around the country.
How to Be a Whistleblower
Medicare wants to clamp down on insurance fraud, but the government frequently needs help from insiders, otherwise known as whistleblowers. Whether prompted by moral obligation or money (thanks to a 1980s update in the False Claims Act that gives informants a cut of financial penalties), whistleblowers often play a central role in fraud cases.Read more here.