AIDS Foundation Paid Kickbacks Galore, Ex-Staffers Say

Law360, New York (April 7, 2015, 6:00 PM EDT) -- Three whistleblowers have hit AIDS Healthcare Foundation Inc. with a False Claims Act suit in Florida federal court alleging that Medicare and Medicaid patients were showered with illicit kickbacks in exchange for patronizing clinics and pharmacies, assertions that the national nonprofit strongly denied on Tuesday.

The complaint filed on Friday by a former director and two ex-managers contends that AHF beginning in 2010 started doling out illegal incentives to patients on the foundation's home turf in California as part of a scheme that quickly "spread eastward across the country" to satellite locations. AHF, which bills itself as the largest provider of...

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