The government has caught 94 people who committed Medicare fraud in scams totaling $251 million. Acts such as fake treatments, kickbacks, billing for unnecessary equipment were all part of this bilking of our country. Many doctors and nurses were part of the crime. This was the good news. The bad news is that there is an estimated $60 to $80 billion more in Medicare fraud out there to be found. I'm rooting for the government on this one as long as it isn't using bounty hunters to find regular doctors who may make small mistakes on an increasingly confusing coding system. There is a difference.