Is Your State on the Patient Dumping List?

Maureen French

screencapture-oig-hhs-gov-fraud-enforcement-cmp-patient_dumping.IG Office of Inspector General U.S. Department of Health & Human Services

Over the past five years, 21 states made the Patient Dumping list. States include NY, FL, IA, IN, CA, MS, NC, TN, GA, TX, IL, MI, MA, MN, AL, NE, KY, CA, NJ, CO, and WI. To see the full list with patient-dumping details, please visit the website of the Office of the Inspector General for the United States by clicking the image above.

“America’s health care system is neither healthy, caring, nor a system.”
Walter Cronkite

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One response to “Is Your State on the Patient Dumping List?

  1. Thanks so much for sharing! Patient dumping is under-reported, and we need to get the word out so more lives are not lost. I truly appreciate your help!

    If you (or your readers) would like to connect to promote on the cause on Twitter, Lillie Voss lost her brother to patient dumping, and she’s looking for followers to get the public, politicians and media to acknowledge the problem and address it. Lillie Voss’ handle is @VossLillie

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