FCA Whistleblower Wants Humana Suit Restrictions Lifted
Law360, Washington (October 24, 2014, 5:02 PM EDT) -- A whistleblower accusing Humana Inc. of Medicare Advantage fraud urged a Florida federal judge to reconsider his order dismissing her False Claims Act suit, claiming her latest amended complaint contains enough detail to allege a widespread case of fraud.
Relator Olivia Graves argues that she provides a specific basis in her second amended complaint to infer that patients other than the ones named were improperly diagnosed or led to false claims submitted by the government.
Limiting claims to the handful of patients named in the suit is improperly restrictive, the motion to reconsider says. Graves emphasizes that relators are not required...
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