Accuracy in Media

The Free Beacon reported:

Medicare paid out tens of millions for ambulance rides in which beneficiaries did not receive services, according a new government watchdog audit.

The inspector general of Health and Human Services released a report Tuesday that details questionable billing practices from ambulance suppliers, an area that is considered highly vulnerable to fraud. In the first half of 2012, tens of millions of dollars were spent on ambulance transports to destinations that were not covered by Medicare or where no services were rendered.

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