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Welcome to EthicSolutions LLC, d.b.a., Whistleblower Solutions
Putting ethics back into health care.
As former whistleblowers we maintain an unwavering devotion to combating healthcare fraud. Our cases recovered more than $1.7 billion dollars to the U.S. taxpayer and received national attention due to their highly successful outcomes. The key to our success was our ability to work collaboratively with highly specialized qui tam attorneys and the government, navigating the complex regulations of the Medicare and Medicaid programs.
Our full-service company provides real world experience relating to healthcare fraud. We are available to provide you with guidance and support in your efforts to remedy or report fraud.
For a free confidential consultation, please contact us. Thank you for visiting EthicSolutions, LLC. We look forward to speaking with you.
Recent Blog posts
Can Medicare Fraud Be Stopped?
Medicare Fraud is a cancer that is widespread and difficult to stop!
Should Whistleblowers Get A Reward?
The federal False Claims Act entitles the whistleblower to a 15 to 30% reward of the monies recovered in a fraud settlement.
Whistleblowers deserve their qui tam reward
A small pharmacy in Key West, Florida has returned more than $2.2 Billion to the U.S. Treasury through the False Claims Acts by filing qui tam actions alleging fraud against Medicare and Medicaid.
Whistleblowers Help Recover $2.5 Billion in Medicare Fraud
In 1996 Medicare overpayments (including fraud, error, and waste) was reported at $23 billion.