Husband's investments entangle Feinstein
LATEST FLAP OVER MEDICARE PAYMENT DENIALS
By David Whitney
WASHINGTON - California lawmakers are questioning whether an auditing company in which San Francisco investor Richard Blum, the husband of Sen. Dianne Feinstein, has a major financial stake is rejecting Medicare claims at California rehabilitation hospitals in order to reap millions of dollars in profits at the expense of patient care.
The company, PRG-Schultz International, has a contract with the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, the overseer of the Medicare program, to check payments in California for mistakes. Its only pay is a bounty of up to 30 percent on the "overcharges" it identifies.
HER NAME IS SYNONYMOUS WITH CORRUPTION AND SELF-ENRICHMENT OFF ELECTED OFFICE.
OBAMA DONOR AND BUSH WAR PROFITEER DIANNE FEINSTEIN IS ONE OF THE MOST CORRUPT POLITICIANS IN AMERICAN HISTORY.