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Patient Complaint Triggers DOJ Settlement with Kentucky Hospital

Patient Complaint Triggers DOJ Settlement with Kentucky Hospital
Report on Medicare Compliance
August 1, 2011

Industry publications turned to Nolan Auerbach partner, Jeb White to explain an unusual False Claims Act settlement that originated with a single Medicare beneficiary whistleblower. Mr. White explained that this scenario is “very unusual,” for the vast majority of healthcare cases come from whistleblowers who are behind the corporate walls of dishonest healthcare providers. With that being said, Mr. White hoped that this became a trend, for “[t]he more eyes you have out there looking for potential fraud, the less likely the fraud is going to happen.”

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