Ride along with Mark as he discusses the more than 420% financial return to the government that’s fueling healthcare compliance investigations . . . and convictions.
Even though the AKS has been in existence since the early 1970’s, many subject to it appear to be prone to violate it.
Ride along with Mark as he discusses how competing via providing free services, such as uncompensated medical directorships, or giving into a facility’s demand for free services, is a violation of the federal anti-kickback statute.
An outsider with no knowledge of any single fraudulent claim brings a False Claims Act suit.
All of your claims might have been deemed “false claims” subject to recoupment times a factor of 3…
As the law’s developed over time, it now impacts a wide range of equally unscrupulous behavior in a wide range of government contracting, including the filing of fictitious and overstated claims for health care services under federal health care programs.
Remember, that in cases of this sort, which are civil, not criminal, settlements resolve allegations, do not involve any admission of culpability or guilt…