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Rehab Racket / Fraud (Part III) #1048951

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Jul 31, 2013
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) An investigative series called "Rehab Racket" on the abuse of the state-funded clinics for addiction rehabilitation re-introduced.

(Studio and California: Drew Griffin) The fraud in the Medicaid program in California paid for by state and federal dollars continued; scenes shown of three fraud guys and state health officials avoiding CNN interviews, including state secretary of health and human services Diana Dooley. [Former drug Medigap supervisor Joy JODPORS‡- comments on the fraud.] [DOOLEY - says investigations are underway.] A major statewide crackdown on Medi-Cal fraud at rehab centers noted. [In interview, health care services Karen JOHNSON - outlines the requirements and oversights; says we {state of California} have been investigating all along.] How little has been done by the state up till now discussed

Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson;
Griffin, Drew
Duration:
00:10:40

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