FCA Whistleblower Must Try Again In Humana Medicare Suit

By Andrew Westney (October 8, 2014, 5:39 PM EDT) -- A Florida federal judge on Tuesday tossed a False Claims Act whistleblower suit alleging Medicare Advantage fraud against Humana Inc. and health care providers but indicated that at least one amended claim would have a good chance to survive.

U.S. District Judge Federico A. Moreno called on relator Olivia Graves to present more facts in support of her allegations that the company had overbilled the Centers for Medicare and Medicare Services based on patient misdiagnoses, while ruling she had likely presented sufficient facts to support claims of the creation of false records to survive a motion to dismiss.

The judge said...

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