A lawyer who acknowledged to the court that he did not check a public database to determine the status of a nursing director’s license must pay attorneys’ fees after losing a whistleblower case, a...
Legal experts said the long-term care industry should be warned that the Department of Justice’s aggressive pursuit of False Claims Act cases will likely continue.
A portion of a $347.9 million verdict against a nursing home provider was reinstated late last week by a federal appeals court in an ongoing False Claims Act case.
A New York provider serving elderly and disabled Medicaid beneficiaries has reached a $10.3 million settlement in a state and federal case over long-term care payments.
The nation’s largest long-term care pharmacy has agreed to a $124 million settlement over claims of kickbacks to nursing homes in the form of price breaks on certain drugs, the U.S. Department of...
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