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Medicare needs better ways to report, enforce serious hospice violations
A new report surveyed worst-case scenarios, such as an Alzheimer’s patient who had to have a leg partially amputated after going untreated for ulcers in both heels.
Class III medical device litigation doesn’t necessarily trigger federal question jurisdiction
Federal question jurisdiction is not triggered by the mere presence of an FDA-approved medical device in the action.
Court sets aside HHS’ regulation of prescription drug TV marketing
HHS lacked the authority under the Social Security Act to adopt the WAC Disclosure Rule, which was set to go into effect on July 9, 2019.
Relator’s representative chart, insider status was sufficient to allege that false claims were presented
Despite meeting the pleading requirements, relator’s "shotgun" complaint that lumped many defendants together made it impossible for the court to discern to which parties certain...