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Another court includes continuous glucose monitors as covered devices
Administrative ruling excluding Medicare coverage for device overruled because monitor fell within scope of regulation.
Forum selection clause in Vermont provider agreement valid and enforceable
The clear purpose of a forum selection clause was to protect the Vermont agency from being hauled into court in foreign jurisdictions and the agency met the test for transfer to district court in...
Conviction for health care fraud overturned for lack of sufficient evidence
An office manager’s conviction for health care fraud was overturned for lack of sufficient evidence that the manager was aware of the fraud and willfully participated.
Patient recruiter’s conviction and sentence involving $1.6 million kickback scheme affirmed
The district court properly sentenced the patient recruiter to 87 months in prison for her role involving kickbacks for home health care services.
Alleged misappropriation of Medicaid funds was a controlling question of law sufficient for interlocutory appeal
The question of need to earmark and segregate government funds for exclusive benefit of program beneficiaries involved a new legal question that permitted the court to certify interlocutory appeal.