From 2012: Largest Healthcare Fraud Settlement In History Involves T2 Diabetes Drug Avandia

This will help you understand why I favor diet modification over drug therapy for type 2 diabetes:

“Global health care giant GlaxoSmithKline LLC (GSK) agreed to plead guilty and to pay $3 billion to resolve its criminal and civil liability arising from the company’s unlawful promotion of certain prescription drugs, its failure to report certain safety data, and its civil liability for alleged false price reporting practices, the Justice Department announced today. 466 more words

Drugs For Diabetes

Combating Healthcare Fraud?

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In Healthcare Plans and Accounts





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Health Insurance

Healthcare Fraud: Poplar Healthcare PLLC, Agree To Pay to Resolve A False Claims Act Allegations

Poplar Healthcare to Pay Nearly $900,000 to Resolve A False Claims Act Allegations

PROVIDENCE, RI – Acting United States Attorney Stephen G. Dambruch and Philip Coyne, Special Agent-in-Charge of the Boston Office of Inspector General for the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS-OIG), today announced that Poplar Healthcare PLLC, and Poplar Healthcare Management, LLC (“Poplar”), of Memphis, TN, have entered into a civil settlement agreement with the United States, under which Poplar will pay $897,640 to resolve allegations under the federal False Claims Act. 458 more words


Insulating your healthcare practice from fraud takedowns

Takedowns are a practice used by federal prosecutors to send a deterrent message to certain industries where the incidence of fraud and criminal activity may be widespread. 623 more words

Healthcare The The Law

The Brius Jet Watch - 40,000 Feet


The Jet Papers

In February of 2017, the National Union of Healthcare Workers (NUHW) published a report (“Misplaced Priorities at 40,000 Feet”) about a luxury jet operated by a Brius-related company for the benefit of Brius’ owner and CEO, Shlomo Rechnitz. 605 more words

Healthcare, Nursing And Rehabilitation

Shlomo Rechnitz and Brius - Neglecting Patients for Financial Gain


Humboldt County Brius home hit another wrongful death lawsuit

A Brius-owned nursing home in Humboldt County evicted a 63-year-old patient suffering from dementia and left him alone in a hotel room where he died four days later, according to a lawsuit filed last month by an attorney for the man’s sister. 370 more words

Healthcare, Nursing And Rehabilitation