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A conviction for health care fraud isn’t the only criminal penalty that awaits someone involved in Medicare fraud. Theft of government property is another possibility, a recent Department of Justice (DOJ) press release reveals.
A recent Department of Justice (DOJ) press release shows that anyone, including attorneys, can run afoul of Medicare fraud regulations.
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.
Following allegations of improper use of modifier 59 to unbundle orthopedic procedures, a Pennsylvania health system and its orthopedic surgeon-CEO have agreed to pay federal authorities $12.5 million dollars.

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