Norwood subject Matter Expert Quoted in Fierce Healthcare

Jason Jobes weighs in on impact of $2B Medicare catheter fraud scheme

You may have read the national news in the New York Times or elsewhere about an unfolding $2 billion Medicare catheter fraud scheme. The short story is quarterly urinary catheter spend in the US increased nearly 20x last year, likely driven by fraud, according to a new report produced by the National Association of Accountable Care Organizations.

Our own Jason Jobes broke the story early on Linkedin and as a result became a source for Fierce Healthcare.

If your organization has been impacted by the fraud we can help you. Contact Jason at

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