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Court vacates conscience rights in health care final rule
A court vacated HHS’s 2019 Final Rule relating to the right to abstain from participation in medical procedures and services on religious or moral grounds.
Government’s interest in conserving resources sufficient to dismiss qui tam action
A court found that the government had a valid interest in conserving its resources by dismissing a qui tam action that it found had no factual or legal support without intervention.
Conviction, 17 year sentence for fraud affirmed
Appellate court finds no reversible error in conviction of licensed occupational therapist for health care fraud.
HHS may consider other ‘payment’ types in DSH offset calculations
Although HHS does not have "unfettered" discretion to determine "costs incurred" as it pertains to the DSH payments, HHS is directed statutorily to offset Medicaid payments with...
CMS implements $6.3B OPPS increase, continues site-neutral payment cuts
CMS persisted in implementing policies despite court orders finding that the agency exceeded its authority.