If you’re looking to contract with Medicare Advantage (MA) plans, or are having trouble with the ones you have, be prepared to address issues promptly, insist on your rights and make sure your MA patients are informed.
A recent Supreme Court decision on the applicability of the False Claims Act may encourage prosecutors to come after you for fraud not directly related to Medicare regulations — including such seemingly irrelevant errors as failing to maintain proper licensure on NPPs.
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