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Medicare and Medicare Advantage are overpaying medical providers by $60 billion a year, according to testimony from James Cosgrove, who directs health care reviews for the Government Accountability Office, to the House Ways and Means oversight committee. But just how...
Most False Claims Act cases start out as civil cases, when a whistleblower files a civil lawsuit. The Government, however, can use the False Claims Act criminally, also. In each of the following cases, a defendant was convicted criminally for violating the False...
Just a week ago I blogged about a False Claims Act case involving ambulance fraud, but already I have another entry for my whistleblower law blog. Four Houston hospitals will be paying $8.6 million to resolve claims they took kickbacks from ambulance companies. ...