Healthcare FMV Advisors News & Updates

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Rush University Medical Center has agreed to pay $1,547,200 plus interest to resolve allegations that the facility violated the False Claims Act, the Justice Department announced today. Rush is alleged to have submitted false claims to Medicare during the period 2000 through 2007 by entering into certain leasing arrangements for office space with two individual physicians and three physician practice groups that violated the Stark Law.

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 In 2009, the Justice Department reached an all-time high in the number of health care fraud defendants charged, more than 800. We also obtained more than 580 convictions. And on the civil enforcement front, our health care fraud recoveries last year under the False Claims Act exceeded a stunning $2.2 billion dollars.

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 After it self-disclosed conduct to the OIG, St. Mary Medical Center – Long Beach (St. Mary), California, agreed to pay $494,374 for allegedly violating the Civil Monetary Penalties Law provisions applicable to kickbacks.

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St. John Health System, headquartered in Tulsa, Okla., has agreed to pay the United States $13,229,348.88 to settle allegations that it violated the False Claims Act, the Justice Department announced today.

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The OIG alleged that Piedmont’s financial relationships with 22 physicians failed to meet Stark law and Anti-Kickback statute requirements.

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The OIG alleged that Oswego’s financial relationships with more than 20 physicians failed to meet Stark law requirements.

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WASHINGTON – A hospital group based in McAllen, Texas, has agreed to pay the United States $27.5 million to settle claims that it violated the False Claims Act, the Anti-Kickback Statute and the Stark Statute between 1999 and 2006, by paying illegal compensation to doctors in order to induce them to refer patients to hospitals within the group, the Justice Department announced today.

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The OIG alleged that MGH's financial relationships with a family practice physician, occupational health services physicians, and a cardiologist failed to meet Stark Law requirements.

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After it self-disclosed conduct to the OIG, Vascular Specialty Services, Inc. (VSSI), Maryland, agreed to pay $34,182 for allegedly violating the Civil Monetary Penalties Law provisions applicable to kickbacks and physician self-referrals.

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The former Executive Director for Community Memorial Hospital (CMH) of Ventura, California, has entered into a civil monetary penalties settlement agreement with the Office of Inspector General (OIG) for the Department of Health and Human Services.

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