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Employee Embezzlement and Fraud in the Dental Office (Scams, Schemes and Broken Dreams)
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The fraud specialist can perform a forensic investigation, prepare employee dishonesty insurance claims and assist with prosecution and recovery. CONCLUSION. Dentists must remain vigilant towards the possibility of fraud in their practice. From time to time, dental office employees are asked by patients to misrepresent statements on their. Dental office employee charged with insurance fraud, embezzlement. Raleigh. Jan 9, North Carolina Insurance Commissioner Mike Causey today announced the arrest of Margarita Alejo, 38, of Carver St., Durham. Alejo is charged with insurance fraud, obtaining property by false pretense, and embezzlement, all felonies.
Face Embezzlement Head On — by Sandy Pardue, Classic Practice Resources The most recent nationally publicized case we learned about involved a dental office employee accused of embezzling $ million from the dental office where she worked. According to the article that ran in the North Common Embezzlement and Fraud Techniques. The company says it lost more than $60, when a former employee, Leslie Brown, deposited about 42 of its insurance payment checks into her own account. Fraud, Embezzlement and Risk in the Dental Office. Fraud sucks, our emails don't! Subscribe to get news, free .
North Carolina dental office employee charged with insurance fraud, embezzlement by Janu Aug RALEIGH — North Carolina Insurance Commissioner Mike Causey today announced the arrest of Margarita Alejo, 38, of Carver St., Durham. Prosperident is the world’s oldest and largest firm investigating financial crimes committed against general dentists and dental specialists. Our team of forensic accountants and fraud examiners specializes in the control, detection, and investigation of embezzlement.
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about fraud and embezzlement issues that may arise in dental offices. The publication is not intended or offered as legal or other professional advice.
Readers must consult their own legal counsel for. The definition of embezzlement: “is theft of money or property from a business by an individual in whose custody it has been placed,” Donald P.
Lewis, Jr, DDS, wrote a book entitled Employee Embezzlement and Fraud in Dental Office to help dentists avoid the devastating experience he had with an embezzlement that destroyed him emotionally and financially.
Prevent Dental Employee Embezzlement In Your Practice Published by David J. Arnett at J One thing that no dental practice wants to face is the possibility of dental employee embezzlement, theft, or fraud. Dental embezzlement expert David Harris describes the mind of the embezzler and what dentists can do to prevent fraud from occurring in their practice.
Former Employee Accused of Dental Office Embezzlement Columbia Dental is warning other businesses about the dangers of falling victim to fraud at the hands of a trusted employee. The company says. One of the challenges may be employee theft. Estimates of the number of dentists who will experience theft at least once during their dental career range from 35–50%.
Estimates in dollar loss range from $ to $,+. Loss due to employee dishonesty may take the form of theft, fraud, or embezzlement. This translates into dental tax planning meetings, the ability to address special dental projects, and a network of trusted dental resources available outside of our firm.
Thursday, Novem The Ugly Truth: Minimizing the Risk of Dental Office Embezzlement. Updated November 6th, Originally Published March 21st, According to an American Dental Association survey, one in three dental practices will experience some form of employee fraud or embezzlement during their lifetime.
Dental office fraud occurs more often than it should, and it’s often the product of poor or non-existent internal office checks and [ ]. Employee Policy Manual Rev 7 Section I – Positions and Responsibilities Patient Coordinator (Scheduler/Reception) Responsible for patient scheduling, patient management, collecting fees and maintaining appearance and order of the dental office.
Reports to the Office Manager. Specific duties include the following: Reception Management. Now, with computer entry of production, patient billing, collection and payment, it has been estimated that a large percentage of dental offices are experiencing employee embezzlement.
This video includes the profile of an embezzler, how to identify an embezzler, what to do with the embezzler, and most importantly, how to prevent embezzling. No one who is a direct employee or an extension of your business staff is immune from embezzlement.
Countless stories revealed not only the staff, but CPAs, spouses, and yes, even the dentists themselves, were embezzling from the practices. #9 in our series of #TIPS intended to help you manage fraud, embezzlement, waste, abuse; and help keep your practice safe.
This post discusses some of the schemes used by employees to steal from a dental practice. These methods are not specific to dentistry, nor. Columbia Dental is warning other businesses about the dangers of falling victim to fraud at the hands of a trusted employee.
The company says it lost more than $60, when a former employee. by Kent W. Stapley, DMD. For more on this topic, go to and search using the following key words: embezzlement, theft, suspicion, audit report, software, access, Dr. Kent Stapley. When it comes to theft and embezzlement, no one is totally immune.
Susan Gunn, a national speaker and certified fraud examiner, told embezzlement course attendees at the Chicago Midwinter.
Practice Management Embezzlement Increasing financial pressure from the declining middle class standard of living is resulting in a rise in dental practice embezzlements.
Earlier this year a Midland, Michigan office manager was convicted of embezzling more than $1, from her dental employer and sentenced to three years in prison. Lewis' book, Employee Embezzlement and Fraud in the Dental Office is an excellent manual and mandatory reading for all healthcare professionals in practice today.
The information is well-researched and presented. The main feature for me was the employment portion; prevention of the possibility of embezzlement. The employee truly believes that the office would not be able to function without him/her. The embezzler also believes that he/she is responsible for the dentist’s high income being created in the practice.
As the embezzlement continues, the employee becomes. It is well worth the money, time, and effort to take these necessary steps to prevent embezzlement in your dental office: Mandatory background checks on all employees – Employees have access to confidential information including insurance claims, patient information, banking information, and money.
Each employee should undergo a background. A former dental receptionist who defrauded six dentists and at least five banks and insurance companies was sentenced to two years in a federal .Embezzlement & Theft Prevention How Dentists Can Prevent Embezzlement and Theft in their Dental Office.
Steps you can take: • Be involved with your front office. The more employees believe they will be caught, the less likely they are to steal. • Have monthly bank statements mailed to your home address. • Open the monthly statement.