Recent weeks have brought headlines of law enforcement crackdowns on addiction treatment: federal, state, and local raids on sober living and residential rehab operators, arrests, and charges of fraud or other misconduct. National news also reflects a trend of growing federal and local law enforcement coordinating to prosecute fraud by laboratories, addiction treatment marketers, and others in the industry. Harry Nelson discusses whether this is the “new normal” in this article, and that addiction treatment center operators and professionals should be conscious of particular pitfalls and risk areas.
Posted on June 13, 2016
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