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New limits on how federal prosecutors use guidance documents could impact how feds handle healthcare fraud cases.
The Department of Justice yesterday dismissed all the remaining corruption charges against Sen. Robert Menendez and a Florida eye doctor.
Husband and wife doctors were indicted Wednesday on a series of charges, including performing unnecessary medical tests.
The VA and CMS will join forces to share data and best practices on fraud prevention and detection.
The settlement resolves allegations filed in a 2016 lawsuit by a former employee, who said Scripps ignored her complaints.
The office manager of a Michigan clinic pleaded guilty last week for his part in a $131 million Detroit-area Medicare fraud scheme involving opioids.
Doctors facing legal troubles this week include those charged with fraud and illegal distribution of controlled substances.
Some experts aren’t convinced that expanding the use of association health plans is the right tactic to help consumers access more affordable coverage options…
Some doctors are still billing Medicare for the most expensive office visits most of the time, according to one analysis.
The Trump administration has proposed its first rule resulting from the president’s executive order on healthcare.