January 19, 2022
The False Claims Act litigation landscape at the dawn of 2022 is teeming with intrigue as the U.S. Supreme Court eyes one of the law's deepest circuit splits, lawyers ponder the paucity of enforcement involving pandemic relief spending, and prosecutors increasingly pursue fraud theories targeting private equity investors and lax cybersecurity.
April 30, 2018
A federal judge told a Massachusetts mental health group in court on Monday that it will not escape an allegation that the company has for eight years been overbilling state and federal health insurance programs for treatments conducted at clinics allegedly run by unlicensed, untrained and unsupervised personnel.
February 09, 2018
A company that operates several mental health centers in Massachusetts has agreed to pay $4 million to settle accusations that it improperly billed the state Medicaid program for services provided by unlicensed, unqualified and unsupervised employees, Attorney General Maura Healey announced Thursday.
January 05, 2018
Massachusetts lodged a False Claims Act suit in federal court Friday against the operators of a number of mental health centers, alleging they improperly billed the state Medicaid program for services provided by unlicensed, unqualified and unsupervised employees.