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Settlements Reached in Two False Claims Act Cases

They resolve allegations of unnecessary rehabilitation and cardiac monitors.

Older Americans Month Materials Available

This year’s theme is Make Your Mark.

Home Health Agency Recruiter Sentenced

He received payments from agencies nationwide for info on beneficiaries.

Telemed Owners Charged in Conspiracy

Indictment shows scheme to receive kickbacks for orders of unnecessary braces.

Doctor Found Guilty of $325 Million Health Care Fraud

He falsely diagnosed patients with a lifelong disease and then treated them.

Two Cases Highlight Overbilling

Doctors billed Medicare for more time than they spent with patients.

Spoofed Calls Meet their Match

New law makes robocalls easier to identify.

‘New Era’ of Fraud Emerges

Electronic health records may have flaws that endanger patients.

Doctor Used Foreign Drugs in Patients

He pled guilty to charges including health care fraud.

OIG Doubled Last Year’s Expected Recoveries

Charges included genetic testing, telemedicine, medical equipment.

Lab Owner Charged in Genetic Testing Case

Feds say he and partners responsible for more than $127 million in claims.

Eye Doctor Charged with Health Care Fraud

Indictment says he fraudulently billed patients for surgeries not performed.


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