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" For example, some pharmacists routinely added medications to customers' orders, keeping the extras for themselves or to sell to others. Clinics inappropriately provided Medicaid recipients with completed prescription forms (scrips) that were then traded... "
Medicaid Drug Fraud: Drug Diversion Schemes And Pill Mills - Page 2
by Timothy D. Crowe - 2004 - 53 pages
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Medicaid Drug Fraud: Federal Leadership Needed to Reduce Program ...

United States. General Accounting Office - Clinics - 1993 - 43 pages
...medications to customers' orders, keeping the extras for themselves or to sell to others; clinics that inappropriately provided Medicaid recipients with...pharmacies or sold on the street to the highest bidder, and typical pill mill schemes in which recipients, in exchange for abusable drugs, allowed physicians,...
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Interim Report of the Activities of the House Committee on Government Operations

United States. Congress. House. Committee on Government Operations - 1994
...medications to customers' orders, keeping the extras for themselves or to sell to others; clinics that inappropriately provided Medicaid recipients with...pharmacies or sold on the street to the highest bidder; and typical pill mill schemes in which recipients, in exchange for abusable drugs, allowed physicians,...
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Aging Issues: Related GAO Reports and Activities in Fiscal Year 1993 ...

United States. General Accounting Office - Aging - 1993 - 75 pages
...themselves. Clinics inappropriately give Medicaid recipients completed prescription forms that are then traded for merchandise from local pharmacies...bidder; some pills costing 50 cents at the pharmacy have been resold for as much as $85. A common scheme is the so-called "pill mill," in which doctors,...
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Activities of the House Committee on Government Operations

United States. Congress. House. Committee on Government Operations - 1995
...medications to customers' orders, keeping the extras for themselves or to sell to others; clinics that inappropriately provided Medicaid recipients with...pharmacies or sold on the street to the highest bidder; and typical pill mill schemes in which recipients, in exchange for abusable drugs, allowed physicians,...
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