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Law, 13.01.2022 17:30 ricky1790

What should Heather be concerned about, if anything? If Medicaid only considers active interventions as billable services, is it ethical to bill Medicaid to take clients to a casino? How should she go about finding some direction in this situation? What can Heather do in this situation?

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