Police Crack 3,000 Healthcare Fraud Cases

Police Crack 3,000 Healthcare Fraud Cases


Chinese police have cracked more than 3,000 fraud cases related to healthcare products, detained about 1,900 people involved in them, and retrieved property worth 140 million Yuan ($20.3 million) for members of the public in 2018, the Ministry of Public Security announced on December 20. The gangs often operated under a company and lured older people with free gifts, health checks, lectures or tours to win their trust, and their products and services tended to be pictured as charitable, high-tech and surprisingly efficacious. Since the beginning of the year, the ministry has deployed public security bureaus across the country to crack down on such activities, Chen said, with some major operations directly supervised by the ministry to ensure the campaign operated at full strength. Public security bureaus also teamed up with local market administration bodies and medical and health departments, he added, forming joint law enforcement teams to offer support for product verification and supervision.

Source: Chinadaily 

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