Mark Anderson, Director, Medicaid Fraud Division
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Mark Anderson, Director, Medicaid Fraud Division

Mark Anderson, the first Medicaid Inspector General for the State of New Jersey, was confirmed by the State Senate on December 15, 2008. When the Office of the Medicaid Inspector General was merged into the State Comptroller's Office, Mr. Anderson was appointed the Director of the Medicaid Fraud Division.  As Director, Mr. Anderson is tasked with, among other things, detecting, investigating and preventing Medicaid fraud and abuse.

Mr. Anderson previously served as an Assistant United States Attorney in the Civil Division of the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Philadelphia. While there, Mr. Anderson investigated and prosecuted fraud cases involving healthcare, Medicaid, telemarketing, drug diversion, and procurement issues. His efforts in the U.S. Attorney’s Office resulted in Mr. Anderson’s nomination for the Attorney General’s Award and Director’s Award in 2007. Before entering the public arena, Mr. Anderson spent several years as a lawyer in private practice.

Mr. Anderson graduated from Temple Law School in January 2000. Prior to law school, Mr. Anderson worked as an auditor for a public accounting firm and as an internal auditor for Cigna Corporation. Mr. Anderson obtained his C.P.A. certification in 1995, and his B.S. in Accounting from Penn State University in August 1990.

Mark Moskovitz, Deputy Director, Operations

Mr. Moskovitz, a licensed attorney in New Jersey, was appointed First Assistant Medicaid Inspector General in March 2009 and now serves as Deputy Director of Operations for the Medicaid Division. Mr. Moskovitz earned his B.A. from Brooklyn College and a M.A. from John Jay College of Criminal Justice. He is a graduate of the Benjamin Cardozo School of Law.

After law school, Mr. Moskovitz served as an attorney and supervisor with the Criminal Division of The Legal Aid Society in Manhattan. Mr. Moskovitz then joined the staff of the New York State Attorney General, first in the Antitrust Bureau and then as a Special Assistant Attorney General in the Medicaid Fraud Control Unit (“MFCU”). Mr. Moskovitz worked in the MFCU for over 18 years, the last 5 years as Deputy Regional Director. While there he earned a Special Achievement Award for his work in prosecuting a $3.6 million laboratory fraud, which ultimately saved the State $80 million.

After working at the law firm of Epstein Becker and Green, Mr. Moskovitz became Compliance Counsel and then Director of Investigations for the Saint Barnabas Health Care System, the largest health care system in New Jersey.