Physician Pleads Guilty To Double Billing
:Jun 29, 2006
Over-charged $117,000 to insurers and Medicaid.
California Hospital Convicted of Medicare Fraud
:Feb 8, 2006
St. Luke’s Subacute Hospital in San Leandro, CA, and its president and CEO were convicted of defrauding Medicare of $3 million in inflated nursing costs.
Battle Over On-Call Requirements Turns Bloody
:Feb 2, 2006
The long-simmering battle between physicians and hospitals over EMTALA call coverage went public in an ugly way in December --
Hospital Faces Corruption Indictments
:Jan 11, 2006
Roger Williams Medical Center in Rhode Island is facing federal corruption charges. A grand jury issued a 38-count indictment against the hospital and three employees, including its president, on Friday, according to the Providence Journal
Michigan Psychologist Pleads Guilty To Fraudulent Billing
:Nov 10, 2005
Private insurers and Medicare over-billed $853 K.
PHO Settles Price Fixing Charges
:Aug 10, 2005
The Federal Trade Commission prohibited a South Carolina physician-hospital organization from collectively negotiating with payers on behalf of its 225 physician members,