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Click the links to learn more: Fraud prevention system doubled its improper Medicare payment collections … Healthcare groups ask Supreme Court to declare False Claims Act penalty system unconstitutional … New LTC administrator code of ethics updates discrimination and personal conduct language … IA nursing home agrees to $500,000 settlement over improper therapy claims

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