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June 18, 2014 Healthcare Fraud

Whistleblowers Fight for Portion of Settlement Despite Possible Statute of Limitations Defense

Two courageous whistleblowers are taking their fight for a qui tam reward all the way to the United States Supreme Court, asserting the government would have never recovered the $36 million it received from Houston-area doctors Dr. Arun Sharma and Dr. Kiran Sharma but for their information and participation in […]
June 17, 2014 Healthcare Fraud

Recently-Released Data Portrays Alarming Physician Reimbursement Rate Under Medicare Part B

Early last month, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid services publicly released their data pertaining to reimbursement amounts provided to physicians under the Medicare Part B program – and many industry officials are not too happy about the numbers. According to the Inspector General of the Department of Health and […]
June 16, 2014 Healthcare Fraud

Hospice Center Home Health Care, Inc. Faces Massive Liability Under False Claims Act

Earlier this month, the Department of Justice filed its complaint in a multi-million dollar Medicare fraud case perpetuated by now-defunct Home Care Hospice, Inc. – an organization also facing significant criminal penalties and fines for its role in siphoning large sums of money away from Medicare patients in need of […]
June 6, 2014 Healthcare Fraud

Device Maker Medtronic, Inc. Agrees to Pay $9.9 Million to Settle False Claims Act Violations

Medical device maker Medtronic, Inc. recently settled a case under the False Claims Act alleging unlawful monetary kickbacks for physicians willing to implant its products in their cardiac patients. Unlawful kickback schemes are one of the most common scenarios triggering liability under the FCA and the federal government has worked […]
June 5, 2014 Healthcare Fraud

Tennessee-Based First Call Ambulance Services to Settle False Claims Act Allegations for $500,000

In a recent case out of the Middle District of Tennessee, ambulance provider First Call Ambulance Service has agreed to pay $500,000 to settle several claims of Medicare and Medicaid fraud. The case was commenced by an undisclosed whistleblower who will share in up to 30 percent of the settlement […]
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