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An orthopedic surgeon had to pay back millions and was sentenced to years in prison in a case involving compounded drugs – a recurrent theme in recent DOJ health care prosecutions.
The Supreme Court turned away a challenge by 11 states to the HHS health care worker vaccine mandate, making an overturn of the staff vaccination requirement even more unlikely than before.   
 
The HHS Office of Inspector General issued a report on problematic telehealth billing and a call to build program integrity protections into any changes to Medicare telehealth rules.
 
Critical care billing errors can be a bad habit warns Scott Kraft, CPMA, CPC, auditor for DoctorsManagement.
 
The Supreme Court ruled on Jan. 13 to remove a lower court stay on CMS' vaccination mandate, requiring millions of health care workers in facilities receiving federal funds to get vaccinated against COVID-19.
 

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