Insurers Use Calif. Fraud Law Against Health Providers

By Zachary Rothenberg (May 25, 2018, 3:32 PM EDT) -- By now, most providers of health care are at least somewhat familiar with the False Claims Act — a statute that authorizes whistleblowers to sue on the government's behalf for triple damages and massive civil penalties when providers allegedly make false claims for payment to the government, usually as part of Medicare or Medicaid....

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