Companies Resolve False Rehab, Hospice Claims

July 20, 2017

Three companies have agreed to pay $19.5 million to resolve allegations for submitting false claims for medically unnecessary rehabilitation therapy and hospice services to Medicare. The government contended that therapy services were provided at excessive levels to increase reimbursement. The settlement also resolves allegations of hospice services provided to patients who were ineligible. To read a news story, click here. To read a Department of Justice press release, click here
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