Bass, Berry & Sims attorney Anna Grizzle discussed the increased spending proposal on fighting healthcare fraud outlined by the Trump administration’s projected budget for fiscal year 2018. “The increased anti-fraud funding is a sign the government believes it’s making a good investment, based on past fraud recoveries that have been the result of enforcement efforts. The increased funding should be a warning to health-care providers that regardless of the change in administration, health-care fraud enforcement remains a top priority,” said Anna.

The full article, “Trump Budget Anticipates Spending, Net Savings From Fighting Health Fraud,” was published by BNA’s Health Law Resource Center on May 26, 2017, and is available online.