I'm a postdoctoral neuropsychology fellow in Arizona. In the reports we write, the supervisors name and post-docs names are supposed to be listed as co-authors (the postdocs write the entire report and the supervisor makes edits). I noticed several of the reports I had written being mailed out without my name on them. I started checking more and it was clear she was deleting the postdocs names off some (not all?) of the reports. She saves the final version of our reports to our shared folder with both names, whereas she is sending a different version to patients and the insurance company with her as the sole author. I'm frustrated because this is obviously unethical as we're the ones writing these reports and not receiving any credit, but I'm also wondering if this insurance fraud as well? This supervisor has a history of shady business practices in general so it's part of an ongoing trend that concerns me. There are 4 postdocs at this private practice and the supervisor appears to be taking credit for and billing for all of our work as if it's her own. I'm not comfortable asking her about why she's doing this in case I make a report for insurance fraud, she would definitely know it was me and I've seen her be pretty vindictive. Any insight is greatly appreciated!