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Details of an EHR vendor's settlement may leave you feeling like it's Groundhog Day.
Improper claims for specimen validity testing may be the latest compliance risk associated with urine drug tests.
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.


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