Federal agents load computers seized from Willsand Home Health Agency, Inc., into a van in Miami in May 2012. In Miami, Medicare payments to home health agencies decreased by $100 million per quarter since the peak in 2009 — largely due to federal enforcement actions, healthcare officials said.
Federal agents load computers seized from Willsand Home Health Agency, Inc., into a van in Miami in May 2012. In Miami, Medicare payments to home health agencies decreased by $100 million per quarter since the peak in 2009 — largely due to federal enforcement actions, healthcare officials said. Alan Diaz AP
Federal agents load computers seized from Willsand Home Health Agency, Inc., into a van in Miami in May 2012. In Miami, Medicare payments to home health agencies decreased by $100 million per quarter since the peak in 2009 — largely due to federal enforcement actions, healthcare officials said. Alan Diaz AP

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