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  • October 19, 2018

    Fla. Pharmacy Hit With False Claims Suit Over Kickbacks

    The federal government has filed suit against a Florida pharmacy, alleging the business engaged in illegal kickback schemes with marketers that resulted in the federal Tricare program paying more than $21 million in reimbursements for prescriptions induced in violation of the False Claims Act.

  • October 19, 2018

    Deals Rumor Mill: Swiss Re, CPPIB, Nestle

    Swiss Re discussed investing in Anbang Insurance Group Co., the Canada Pension Plan Investment Board is getting ready to bid for a stake in Gatwick Airport, and Nestle has tapped advisers related to a potential deal to sell its skincare business.

  • October 19, 2018

    Gov't Asks 9th Circ. To Revive New Birth Control Rules

    The Trump administration asked the Ninth Circuit on Friday to lift a nationwide ban on new rules that exempt employers with moral or religious objections from providing birth control coverage otherwise required by the Affordable Care Act, saying employers’ First Amendment rights should trounce procedural requirements for passing the new regulations.

  • October 19, 2018

    Dental Supplier Calls FTC Case Textbook 'Regulatory Hubris'

    A major U.S. dental supply company has accused the Federal Trade Commission of "severe hindsight bias" in the commission's suit alleging three suppliers conspired to spurn buying groups, asking an administrative law judge to toss the agency's action.

  • October 19, 2018

    NY Top Court Nixes 'Soft Cap' On Contractor Health Exec Pay

    A majority of New York state’s highest court has agreed that a portion of the state Department of Health's restriction on how much certain health care executives of providers contracting with the state can get paid went beyond the state’s authority.

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