Monday, October 16, 2006
AHLA, Matyas & Valiant score with new edition of fraud and abuse classic
The third edition has just been published, and I'm happy to report that it is a worthy successor to the first two editions. For a book that comes in at just under 500 pages, it is surprisingly comprehensive. It also doesn't scrimp on historical background and policy analysis and includes a useful chapter on the ethical and legal aspects of representing healthcare organizations in fraud and abuse matters.
Strong "buy" recommendation.