Fraud

Read: HHS: Insiders Pose Significant Cybersecurity Threat to Healthcare

HHS: Insiders Pose Significant Cybersecurity Threat to Healthcare

The average cost for credential theft was more than $871,000 for each incident associated with an insider.

Read: Why Healthcare Facilities Should Adopt Biometrics

Why Healthcare Facilities Should Adopt Biometrics

Biometrics, which include fingerprint, face, and iris recognition, improve security, patient privacy, convenience, and more.

Read: Former Yale Admin Stole $40 Million in Wire Fraud Scheme

Former Yale Admin Stole $40 Million in Wire Fraud Scheme

The woman used the money made from reselling electronics to buy luxury cars, several properties, and to travel.

Read: Ex-Three Rivers Medical Center Director Admits Stealing $781K in Supplies

Ex-Three Rivers Medical Center Director Admits Stealing $781K in Supplies

The woman used her position to purchase scalpels, shears and office supplies, and then sold them on eBay for profit.

Read: Attorney General Bonta: Ashford University Must Pay $22M in Penalties for Defrauding California Students

Attorney General Bonta: Ashford University Must Pay $22M in Penalties for Defrauding California Students

The San Diego Superior Court found in the state’s favor in its lawsuit against Ashford University, an online, for-profit school.

Read: More than 40 Washington Hospitals Receive Fake N95 Masks

More than 40 Washington Hospitals Receive Fake N95 Masks

The fake N95 face masks look so real that only the manufacturer can tell if they are counterfeit.

Read: Univ. of Arkansas Professor Suspended for Not Disclosing Chinese Ties

Univ. of Arkansas Professor Suspended for Not Disclosing Chinese Ties

The professor and researcher, who has worked at the university since 1988, received grants and contracts from federal agencies, including NASA.

Read: FBI Warns Health Care Professionals of Increased Potential for Fraudulent Sales of COVID-19-Related Medical Equipment

FBI Warns Health Care Professionals of Increased Potential for Fraudulent Sales of COVID-19-Related Medical Equipment

Scammers may promise equipment they do not have access to in order to capitalize on the medical community’s urgent needs.

Read: 2 University Professors Allegedly Steal More Than $400K in Research Funds

2 University Professors Allegedly Steal More Than $400K in Research Funds

One former professor has pleaded guilty to the theft of research grants, while the other has been charged.

Read: Feds: Ex-DeKalb Medical Security Director Stole Over 90 Guns, $20K

Feds: Ex-DeKalb Medical Security Director Stole Over 90 Guns, $20K

The former director of security allegedly ordered dozens of firearms meant for security personnel and sold them for profit.

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