OC Politics: Report from Inside Lakewood’s Medicaid Fraud Amnesty Seminar

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TOMS RIVER – The New Jersey State Comptroller’s Office on Tuesday night held an event on a controversial program that will allow Lakewood residents who knowingly defrauded Medicaid to avoid criminal charges, provided they pay back benefits and restitution. The event which introduced the “Ocean County Recipient Voluntary Disclosure Program” was officially closed to members of…

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