It’s not just drug dealers and street gang members who profit from opioid addiction. “Reputable” professionals, including some doctors, are intrinsic to the success of many money laundering schemes related to illegal drug distribution. As one recent case illustrated, crooked doctors may write non-medically necessary prescriptions for illegal narcotics and clinics may deposit drug customer payments in their bank accounts as legitimate patient payments. Medical and financial personnel are on the front lines of this fight. But the crisis affects other businesses in lost productivity and increased occupational fraud risk.