Healthcare fraud is a serious offense that can result in significant penalties for medical providers. In addition to criminal charges that may lead to fines or imprisonment if a person is convicted, accusations of fraud can lead to the loss of a professional license, loss of provider status with Medicare and Medicaid, and damage to a provider’s personal reputation. If you are facing healthcare fraud charges, it is crucial to understand your rights and options for defense.
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UPDATE: Our July 28, 2020, post informed you that the Wisconsin Medicaid divisor would remain unchanged in 2020. As we enter 2021, the Medicaid divisor will now be changed as follows. These changes are effective as of January 1, 2021.

  • New daily average divisor = $303.38
  • New monthly average divisor = $9,227.81

If you have any questions or would like assistance with Wisconsin Medicaid, we are here for you. Please contact one of Ruder Ware’s elder law attorneys to
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