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The DEA has reached an agreement with 48 attorneys general to share prescription drug data with one another to support ongoing investigations.
Husband and wife physicians who ran a clinic that prosecutors say was a “pill mill” have been charged in a $7.8 million healthcare fraud conspiracy.
In the efforts to reverse the country’s opioid epidemic, doctors and other medical professionals have found themselves in the legal crosshairs.
Physicians say they face long wait times for insurers to process prior authorizations and more physician practice news.
Although health IT fraud is a relatively new area, federal prosecutors at HIMSS encouraged industry incumbents to focus on compliance.
A company that provides real-time monitoring during surgeries agreed to a $550,000 settlement to resolve false claims allegations, plus more health IT news.
The Trump administration and HHS are embarking on a sweeping effort to redefine civil rights for healthcare providers.
Two California doctors were charged in a $250 million billing scheme involving lap-band surgeries to help patients lose weight.
HHS has removed $11.5 billion in risk corridor funding from its budget after that line item became entangled in a legal battle.
Ten doctors were charged with overprescribing pain pills from W.V. clinics and more physician practice news.