Having successfully beaten one fraud case brought against it, UnitedHealth is asking a federal judge to dismiss a similar case.
A new OIG advisory approving a medication management pilot project provides a glimpse into how the agency plans to regulate innovative new partnerships.
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After filing for bankruptcy earlier this year, the Florida-based cancer provider agreed to pay a $2.3 million fine to OCR for 2015 data breach.
Indiana prosecutors declined to intervene in a case alleging widespread fraud tied to EHR incentive payments.
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Twenty people are facing charges related to a massive fraud scheme that bilked public funded insurance programs out of $146 million.
The North Broward Hospital District filed a countersuit against its former CEO, who sued the Florida system after she was fired.
DOJ said that Pine Creek Medical Center paid kickbacks to physicians as marketing services in exchange for surgical referrals.
Hector Ramos pleaded not guilty to the theft from North County Health Services, which occurred over an eight-month period in 2015.
Fraud recoveries dipped to $4.13 billion in 2017, but Inspector General Daniel Levinson says data analytics continue to be a key part of enforcement.
Medicare and insurers struggle to oversee a booming business in testing urine samples. In some cases, pain doctors’ lack of follow-through can turn fatal.