In my nursing career, I learned that there are some very usual practices which are technically Medicare "fraud." For example, in the nursing home setting. If in passing morning medications, Ms. Smith has run out of Plavix then it's an ordinary things to "borrow" one dose from Ms. Milton. Then tomorrow, when Ms. Smith's Plavix is delivered, "pay back" Ms. Milton. Per those who determine "Medicare Fraud," both Ms. Smith and Ms. Milton have been defrauded of a full month's supply of Plavix. While the reality is that nobody has suffered any loss, any harm. So I take those "$5M in Medicare Fraud" numbers with a big big grain of salt.