Untimely Physician Certifications for Medicare Home Care Claims – Arguably a Technicality – Vulnerable to False Claims Act Allegations: Sixth Circuit
On June 11, 2018, the United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit sustained a complaint against a home health care agency alleging that the agency had violated the False Claims Act (FCA) by submitting numerous claims to the Medicare program, even though the agency had not timely received the requisite physician certifications of the need for the services billed‑for. United States ex rel. Prather v. Brookdale Senior Communities, Inc., 892 F.3d 822 (6th Cir. 2018). The Sixth Circuit concluded that the agency’s former employee, who filed the FCA action, had sufficiently alleged that (i) the timely submission of physician certifications was “material to the Government’s decision to make the payment,” and (ii) the defendants had knowledge—or at least acted with “reckless disregard”—that the Medicare claims may not comply with the applicable Medicare regulations governing payment. The FCA action was allowed to go…
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