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A lie to an auditor about a rental in a practice space will mean jail time for a Florida doctor.

The post-operative visit code may not have its own payment rate, but the HHS watchdog is studying it anyway. Here's why.

Some doctors come to investigators’ attention because a whistleblower cries foul. In other cases, a routine audit expands into a fraud investigation. But the recent sentencing of a Bowling Green, Ky. physician was triggered by a couple of low-revenue tests.

An Opp, Ala.-based medical practice will pay a hefty sum to settle allegations that the practice violated the anti-kickback statute and the Stark physician self-referral rule.


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