Keyword: Department of Justice
The American Hospital Association is urging the DOJ to "fully investigate" Centene's planned $17.3 billion acquisition of WellCare Health Plans.
A company that operates several pain management practices in Virginia agreed to pay approximately $3.3 million to settle civil fraud allegations.
Amid last week’s opioid prescriber crackdown, the Justice Department coordinated with local agencies to deploy health workers to help pain patients.
The government has charged 53 medical professionals in five states with illegally prescribing and dispensing opioids and other narcotics.
Sacramento, California-based Sutter Health agreed to pay $30 million to settle allegations of overpayments to its Medicare Advantage plans.
The DOJ filed charges against 24 telemedicine and medical equipment execs and physicians for alleged participation in a $1.2 billion fraud scheme.
UCSF providers and employers are raising concerns about an affiliation with Catholic health system Dignity Health and other healthcare headlines.
A former prosecutor offers four tips to help physicians and medical practices protect themselves from charges of healthcare fraud.
The Affordable Care Act is having a pretty turbulent ninth birthday as the Trump administration and House Democrats duel over its future.
The Trump administration is calling for a federal appeals court to uphold a lower court decision striking down the Affordable Care Act.