• Medicaid Fraud Leads to Prison for Assisted Living Owner

    … to prosecute claims on behalf of the government. The law allows those citizens to keep a percentage of the government’s recovery as payment for bringing the action and alerting authorities of the fraud. Over 150 years later the False Claims Act law is still on the books. Today, the False Claims Act pays whistleblowers with inside information about…

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  • Radiology Centers & Illegal Practices – Whistleblower Award Post

    … and honest radiologists lose. Rose Radiology Centers Earlier this year, the U.S. Attorney in Tampa, Florida successfully prosecuted Rose Radiology Centers for violating the federal False Claims Act. Prosecutors say that Rose billed for medically unnecessary services. The company was also accused of not having a physician present for certain procedures…

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  • 2 Share $1.7 Million Award – Radiology Medicare Fraud

    … Medicare fraud is a huge problem nationally. According to the FBI, taxpayers lose tens of billions of dollars each because of fraud. Since Medicare, Tricare and Medicaid are paid with tax dollars, everyone in the country is hurt by these schemes. Radiology Medicare fraud is one of the larger and growing problem areas. Imaging and X-ray equipment…

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  • Two Medicare Fraud Whistleblower Get $5 Million!

    … million. St. Cloud Hospital in St. Cloud, Minnesota – $500,000. Tampa General Hospital in Tampa, Florida – $2 million. Five hospitals affiliated with Community Health Systems Inc. – $3.5 million. (Crestwood Medical Center, St. Joseph’s Hospital, Carolinas Hospital System, Mary Black Health System, and Trinity Medical Center.) Five hospitals…

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  • Partition Actions in Florida

    … of the Property at a public auction pursuant to Section 64.071, Florida Statutes (2013). The Parties may move to reset the judicial sale identified in paragraph 7 of this order if exceptional circumstances present themselves for doing so. Either Party may make an offer at any time to purchase the other Party's interest. If during the Listing Period, any offers…

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