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Upcoding, false statements lead to federal prison time for physician
The penalties for submitting false claims may be higher, but the penalties for lying to state and federal investigators to cover up the false claims is even higher.
Medicare enjoined from recouping $8 million in overpayments while delaying appeals process for years
A health care provider was entitled to a permanent injunction against Medicare for recoupment of $8 million in alleged overpayments because Medicare could not provide an appellate hearing for several...
Contraceptive care exemption, Notre Dame Settlement Agreement, violated APA
HHS was without legal authority to enter into Settlement Agreement with Notre Dame University that bound future administrations, faculty, staff, and students.
OIG audit reveals CMS control over Medicare Beneficiary Identifiers could be improved
OIG audit recommends that CMS improve controls to ensure enrollees are not assigned duplicate MBIs, deceased beneficiaries are not mailed new Medicare cards, and payments are not made on behalf of...
Proposed rules clarify rights of faith-based organizations participating in federal programs
As part of an overhaul to ensure equal treatment of religious organizations participating in federal programs, HHS is revising current rules as they relate to faith-based providers of social services.