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CMS states that its new affiliations disclosure requirements allow it to identify individuals and organizations that pose an undue risk of fraud, waste or abuse based on their relationship with other previously sanctioned individuals.

Fraud on government health benefit programs has been a major problem for decades. Despite enormous resources deployed at both the federal and state levels to recover moneys fraudulently obtained and to hold the perpetrators accountable, programs such as Medicare and Medicaid continue to be billed for and pay out claims for items or services that were not actually provided, or that were not necessary or appropriate for the patient, or that were provided pursuant to an illegal kickback or self-referral scheme.

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