Paul Jesilow, Gilbert Geis, and John Harris




Doomed to Repeat Our Errors: Fraud in Emerging Health-Care Systems

This article focuses on fraud and waste as they have occurred in the past in the delivery of medical services and, most particularly, as they will occur in the quickly expanding health-care reforms. Though new delivery systems are being implemented at a rapid pace, only superficial attention has been afforded to the vulnerability of emerging programs to widespread illegalities that may dwarf the current extent of fraud.

fraud, health care policy, clinton administration, health care, financing of, health maintenance organizations, white collar crime

Citation: Social Justice Vol. 22, No. 2 (1995): 125-138


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