Two laws designed to prevent fraudulent payments in healthcare are making it difficult for smaller providers to get cybersecurity assistance.
Federal investigators searched a genetic testing company’s offices in California, as well as a number of physician offices, in a fraud investigation.
A Kentucky doctor was sentenced to four years in prison for prescribing opioids to patients and fraudulently billing the state's Medicaid program.
Following a $155 million settlement, former ONC officials told FierceHealthcare eClinicalWorks is not the only EHR vendor that has sidestepped certification.
Massachusetts-based eClinicalWorks has agreed to pay $155 million to resolve claims that it falsely obtained certification for its EHR software.
When a jury convicted a Florida retina surgeon of Medicare fraud in April, the prosecution depended on the testimony of another eye doctor.
Two Florida-based Medicare Advantage health plans have reached a multimillion-dollar settlement to resolve fraud allegations against them.
Fighting healthcare fraud is a priority for the Department of Justice, a department official said at a conference.
Allegations that Universal Health Services (UHS) promotes holding patients longer than necessary to maximize profits have reportedly spawned an investigation…
An Iowa health insurance agency will pay $1.3 million to local governments to settle allegations that it overcharged for premiums.