Undercover: How I Went from Company Man to FBI Spy--And Exposed the Worst Healthcare Fraud in U.S. History

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Index
Alderson, Jim, and qui tam lawsuit against Quorum and HCA
career suicide and no turning back, 99–100
damages analysis, 76
Frist (Thomas Jr.) and reserve cost reporting, 86–87
O'Connell's (Marie) meetings with, 41, 43
postscript: ten years later, 235, 238, 246–247, 250–251
relator's share, 199
settlement, HCA's record-breaking Medicare fraud, 217, 220–221
settlement with Quorum Health Group, 195–196
similarities with Schilling's (John) case, 35
60 Minutes, 103, 106, 107
smoking gun possessed by, 34
unsealed, Alderson's case is, 102–103
unsealed, Schilling's (John) case is, 109
Alston & Bird, 210
American Hospital Association (AHA), 99, 196, 244, 245–246
Anderson, Dan, attorney for Justice Department, 76, 182
Arland D. Williams, Jr. Memorial Bridge, 41
Arthur Andersen, 180, 209
Ashcroft, John, Attorney General, 203
assistant United States attorneys (AUSAs), 39
Basic American Medical, Inc. (BAMI), 8, 18, 32, 43, 97, 98, 128, 254, 266–267
BayCare Health System, 67
Berman, Howard, on False Claims Act, 28
Berna, Sister, teacher for Schilling (John), 11–12
Bloomberg News, 104, 105, 109
Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Florida, 5, 125, 159, 254
Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Wisconsin, 14
Boies, Schillier & Flexner, 205
Bomar, Larry, a manager at BayCare Health System, 67–68, 72
Bomar, Larry, a manager at Columbia/ HCA
closing arguments at trial, 161
Fawcett interest issue, 30–32
O'Connell (Marie) and Schilling (John) meet for first time, 43
relief that he and Schilling (John) had not become in involved in illegalities, 72–73

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