Stop Medicaid Fraud

Wyoming Medicaid Members protect yourself from being a victim of Medicaid fraud and false medical claim schemes during these unprecedented times surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic.

Medicaid scammers and fraudsters perpetrate fraud by preying on people's fears in times of crisis. Their schemes include selling fake COVID-19 test kits, and marketing unapproved treatments through telemarketing calls, unsolicited text messages, social media platforms, and door-to-door visits.

DO NOT SHARE: your personal information (i.e., Social Security Number, Medicaid Member Number) with anyone other than a trusted healthcare provider. If you receive unsolicited contact from any individual requesting that you share this type of information, please contact:

Wyoming Medicaid Fraud Control Unit
Phone: (307) 777-3444 or I-800-378-0345 (toll free in Wyoming)


Wyoming Medicaid Program Integrity Unit
Phone: 307-777-2054

RED FLAGS Scammers and fraudsters may exhibit one or more of the following behaviors:

  • Contact with no existing or prior relationship with you
  • Promises for services or supplies at "little or no cost" to you
  • Offers to pay you for signing up for services or supplies
  • Demands or requests for cash only payments for services or calls
Healthcare fraud can negatively impact you by:
  • Compromising your personal identifying information and medical information
  • Delivering services or supplies, which are useless, or may cause you harm
  • Creating an inaccurate medical history
  • Delaying needed treatment by providing an ineffective or non-existent service
  • Out of pocket expenses for fraud are not reimbursed by Medicaid
  • Loss of benefits when billing caps are reached due to claims for unwanted/unneeded services
  • Diminished trust in the healthcare industry, and the patient/physician relationship
Fraud negatively impacts Medicaid by:
  • Wastes taxpayer funds that support public plans
  • Anti-fraud requirements increase provider and program administrative burdens and costs
  • Resources diverted to preventing, detecting, and punishing fraud, waste and abuse
  • Delays claim processing
You may also report any concerns regarding COVID-19 specific fraud and scams to: Additional information regarding COVID-19 Fraud, please click COVID-19 Fraud & False Claims