LAWTON, Okla. – A drug and alcohol counselor is accused of Medicaid fraud for billing for services she never performed.
She allegedly even charged a patient who had died. 260 more words
The following is from a denial a client sent last week. The clinical record was originally requested as a routine ADR and payment was denied related to the Face-to-Face document. That denial was overturned in favor of my client but the claim was denied again for a new reason. You have to see this in order to believe it: 669 more words
JERSEY CITY, N.J. (PIX11) – “Where are the patients supposed to go?”
This question is not only on the mind of Rebecca Porter but also other former patients of American Imaging MRI Centers throughout northern New Jersey. 264 more words
Thanks to a False Claims Act case filed by Donald Gale, a former Omnicare employee, the nation’s largest provider of pharmaceuticals and pharmacy services to nursing homes has agreed to pay $124.24 million to resolve allegations that the company offered improper kickbacks to skilled nursing facilities, according to a… 139 more words
By Ryan Briggs (City Paper) – On Monday, the FBI conducted a late-morning search-and-seizure operation at a Kensington mental health clinic with significant political connections. 112 more words