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With its Physician Innovation Network, the American Medical Association seeks to get physicians more involved in developing healthcare technology.
Rather than rework and refile its recently dismissed False Claims Act lawsuit against UnitedHealth, the Department of Justice has opted to abandon the case.
The DOJ has joined another lawsuit that accuses UnitedHealth of fraudulently inflating its Medicare Advantage risk scores to maximize reimbursement.
The federal government is investigating whether four major insurers submitted false claims that resulted in Medicare Advantage overpayments.
Attendees at the upcoming RISE Summit with questions about risk adjustment will have plenty of options to learn from the experts.
The Department of Justice that accused the insurer of engaging in a scheme to overcharge Medicare by inflating patients’ risk scores.
Last week’s decision by a federal appeals court to revive a whistleblower's claims against five insurers offers new insight into how the courts view Medicare Advantage fraud.
A federal appeals court has given a whistleblower another chance to make his case that major health insurers inflated Medicare Advantage risk scores.