Cancer Center Fraudster Pays $5.7M To End FCA Suit
Law360, Washington (August 18, 2014, 5:36 PM EDT) -- The former owner of a chemotherapy clinic sentenced to two decades in prison for defrauding Medicare, Medicaid and private insurers will pay $5.7 million to end a related whistleblower False Claims Act suit in Mississippi federal court, counsel for the relator announced Monday.
Meera Sachdeva, a doctor and the former owner of the Rose Cancer Center in Summit, Mississippi, will pay the $5.7 million out of the more than $8.4 million in fines and restitution she had earlier agreed to pay in her related criminal case, according to an announcement from Constantine Cannon LLP, one of the firms representing relator Kristi...
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