The U.S. attorney general isn’t letting up on efforts to go after doctors and other medical professionals who overprescribe opioids.
Medicare inappropriately paid acute care hospitals for outpatient services they provided to patients who were inpatients at other facilities. Now it wants the…
More VA employees are eager to blow the whistle on subpar care at facilities operated by the Department of Veterans Affairs.
The owner of two medical clinics in Brooklyn, New York, will serve seven years in prison for her role in a $55 million health fraud scheme.
The former executive director of Cleveland Clinic Innovations was charged in federal court this week for his role in a fraud conspiracy.
A New York City health system will pay $4 million to settle claims that it engaged in “improper financial relationships” with referring physicians.
The owners of a chain of family practice centers in South Carolina will pay the government $2 million to settle alleged false claims act violations.
Medicaid agencies are having a difficult time imposing payment suspensions on providers against which there is credible allegation of fraud.
Christus Health will settle a case in which a whistleblower alleged it manipulated funding for an indigent-care program.
A Minneapolis company has agreed to pay more than $12 million to resolve allegations it made kickbacks to doctors in exchange for their business.