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Kentucky Cardiologist Sentenced to 60 Months for Health Care Fraud and False Statements Relating to Implanting Medically Unnecessary Stents and Falsifying Degree of Stenosis in Medical Records

Credit: The Daily IndependentOn May 2, 2019, well-known Kentucky cardiologist Dr. Richard E. Paulus was sentenced, by U.S. District Court Judge David L. Bunning, to serve 60 months in federal prison for health care fraud and false statements almost three … Continue reading

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After 6 Week Trial, New York Doctor And Physical Therapist Found Guilty Of Health Care Fraud, Conspiracy to Make False Statements Relating to Health Care Programs Medicare And Medicaid and Other Counts With Allegations of Sham Owner, Falsified Medical Records, Kickbacks.

A recent health care fraud case involved the alleged unlicensed practice of medicine and a  physician allegedly posing as the owner of medical clinics in order to satisfy New York  law that medical clinics be owned and operated by a medical … Continue reading

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Submitting of false medical excuses to justify the employee's absences

A special officer was served with a notice of discipline that recited a number of charges and specifications alleging various acts of misconduct.Such charges included allegations of the officer sleeping while on duty, failing to stop an unauthorized car entering … Continue reading

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She don't lie, but the pharmaco might: cocaine false advertising case continues

Genus Lifesciences Inc. v. Lannett Company, Inc., 2019 WL 1981186, No. 18-cv-07603-WHO (N.D. Cal. May 3, 2019)Genus competes with Lannett in the market for cocaine hydrochloride nasal spray. It sued Lannett for false advertising and maintaining a monopoly related to … Continue reading

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DOJ’s False Claims Act Cooperation Credit: What’s It All About?

DOJ’s enforcement policy for the False Claims Act (FCA) has largely been static for 30 years or maybe since the forgotten 1998 Holder memo that set out guidelines to assure the FCA was not recklessly deployed for provider billing mistakes. … Continue reading

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