Airdate 10/25/09 U.S. taxpayers are being charged for an arm and a leg – prosthetics, that is, and thousands of them – as part of a huge Medicaid and Medicare billing scam that’s siphoning off an estimated $90 billion a year. In South Florida, Medicare fraud has pushed aside cocaine as the major criminal enterprise. The problem is so serious that U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder has organized a federal strike force. Steve Kroft reports.
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