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Court enjoins 2019 final rules for religious, moral exemptions
A federal district court in California has issued a preliminary injunction preventing the implementation of HHS’s 2019 final rules regarding religious exemption and moral exemption for...
Reenrollment bar justified, start date not subject to DAB review
A Medicare contractor had the authority to revoke a medical practice’s participation in Medicare and other federally funded health care programs and impose a three-year reenrollment bar because...
Podiatrist barred from Medicare participation for false tax return
A Medicare contractor’s determination on the effective date of a reenrollment bar is not an initial determination that gives rise to hearing rights. The HHS Departmental Appeals Board (DAB...
Whistleblower claim loses steam without strong inference of fraud
Evidence of fraud regarding the reimbursement of at-home-blood-tests must contain false statements or otherwise allow a court to distinguish between necessary and unnecessary testing. A patients...
Purchasers required to plead what they saw in biotin labeling
A federal district court in California has dismissed—with leave to amend—a putative class action lawsuit filed by purchasers of a biotin supplement, for failure to plead with the...