By Maurice Bellan and Marilyn Batonga, Baker McKenzie LLP (April 14, 2017, 3:13 PM EDT) -- Maurice Bellan
Marilyn Batonga A health care organization that is responsive to the needs of those receiving care is the most effective and viable health service provider. While the truth of this statement is undisputed and seems passé, one must question whether health care organizations are placing the requisite focus on the people providing the care: the health care service providers ("HCPs"). U.S. ex rel. Ruckh v. CMC II LLC is the latest in a series of recent False Claims Act enforcement actions that demonstrate that the failure of nursing home companies to nurture and understand their HCPs and effectively implement controls and...
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