The Health Care Fraud Unit oversees investigations targeting individuals and/or organizations who are defrauding the public and private health care systems.
Areas investigated under health care fraud include: billing for services not rendered, billing for a higher reimbursable service than performed (upcoding), performing unnecessary services, kickbacks, unbundling of tests and services to generate higher fees, durable medical equipment fraud, pharmaceutical drug diversion, outpatient surgery fraud, and internet pharmacy sales.
Vonage planned to get better terms by paying down debt ahead of schedule, and by achieving sustained financial performance.
Between March and June 2011, Vonage prepaid $70 million, reducing the balance to $130 million, the year-end 2011 target.
As of 2014, Vonage reported approximately 2.5 million subscriber lines, in conjunction with mobile application services.