Law360, New York (October 20, 2017, 7:50 PM EDT) -- A former Massachusetts General Hospital anesthesiologist on Thursday told a federal judge that she's sufficiently shown in her qui tam suit that the hospital violated the False Claims Act when double-booking surgeries, even though she hasn't been able to provide a specific bill charging the government for those patients.
Dr. Lisa Wollman, who first filed her suit in 2015, alleges that patients were treated by residents and fellows without teaching doctors supervising, in violation of Medicare rules, and then left under anesthesia unnecessarily long to wait for doctors busy with other surgeries. She urged the court to reject MGH's motion to...
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