Have you ever heard of health care fraud? Well, it can be defined as medical practices that have not been proven or false claim that are made relative to this field. Be careful whom you are dealing with, don’t be fool by their explanations, don’t be a victim of health care fraud.
We are dealing with our health and sometimes, it is a matter of life and death and this can and do leave us open to whatever true or false claims others may bring to us. However, we should be on guard against false claims that can hurt instead of cure us. So many people are already falling this way, better be prepared on this situation.
The following tips can be helpful in deciding if the medical claim is true or false.
Out Of Medical Journals
If you are skeptical about a product, treatment, etc. check the well-established medical journals to read what they have to say about it and if there is nothing about it, in it, then it is best for you leave it alone. Somebody will approach you and make an explanation but be careful because more often they are bogus.
Every good product, in this area, may not be in these journals. However, if it is as good as the seller says that it is, it is their responsibility to make sure that it covered in these respected journals.
Too Good To Be True
Many times people have said, "if it sound too good to be true, chances are, it is indeed too good to be true." Therefore, if you are skeptical about it, leave it alone. If it can do whatever the owners are claiming that it can do, with all possibility, it would have gained a lot of coverage, either good or bad. Check up on it. Never think about jumping into it quickly, think and plan well.
Be very, very careful about health products that are supported only by testimonials, as it may prove to be a scam or health care fraud. If you are looking at a television commercial and if all you are hearing or seeing is people claiming how good the product is and that it has been reported about by major news agencies, if there is no medical supporters, leave it alone.
Coverage is one thing, but it should be covered and supported by the right "people" and if there are no qualified and respected persons in the health profession supporting it, leave it alone.
No Risk Cure
Most often than not, there are risks or side effects associated with medicine. Grab two of your trusted over the counter medicine bottles and you may be surprised by some of their side effects.
If there is any talk about a secret ingredient, as to why it does the work that it is said to do, watch out, because it is highly possible that the product has not been proven.
If you are asked to do anything that is illegal, you should leave it alone. For example, if you are asked to put in for a claim on your insurance bill that you did not receive, do not do it.Read latest news and information at http://www.pharmacytimes.com/news/2-individuals-charged-in-31million-health-care-fraud-scheme
I hope that the information above can enlighten your mind before allowing anybody to make false information and be very vigilant about it. If you have any doubts, contact a health care lawyer today.