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Chris Musillo on Nurse and Allied Health Immigration

FOURTEEN HEALTHCARE WORKERS INDICTED IN CHICAGO

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Fourteen healthcare workers - mostly members of the healthcare immigrant community - have been indicted in Chicago on healthcare fraud violations. Nine of the defendants work in home healthcare. While the immigration status of the individuals is not known, it is known that most are members of the immigrant community.

If these allegations are true, the immigrant status of these individuals could be impacted, including removal from the United States. MU applauds the DOJ for its work on combating fraud in the healthcare industry.


Read the full Healthcare and Immigration Law Blog at www.musillo.com or www.ilw.com.

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  2. Lakshay's Avatar
    In the longer term, there's also the queotisn of test availability. Several months ago, I heard a commentator (IIRC, Mark Steyn) make the claim that there are more MRI machines in one American city (IIRC, Philadelphia) than in all of Canada. MRI machines are expensive and so are the operators. I don't know if the claim is true but it does give me pause.Under government run health care, one way to lower costs is to cut back on the availability of expensive technology like CT machines, MRIs, and perhaps even better mammogram technology. As existing machines become unsupportable, they may not be replaced. That becomes a defacto means of rationing health care.
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