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Kmart Agrees to Pay $32.3 million to Settle Whistle Blower’s False Claims Act Suit

The Health Law Firm

The new agreement resolves allegations arising from a 2008 lawsuit brought under the qui tam, or whistle blower, provisions of the False Claims Act (FCA). Indest III, J.D., Board Certified by The Florida Bar in Health Law On December 22, 2017, Kmart Corporation agreed to pay $32.3 The Whistle Blower False Claims Act (FCA) Suit.

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Monitor Improper Payments for Part C and Part D with Medicare Audit and Monitoring Software

Innovaare Compliance

6] Improper payments can be overpayments and underpayments. Overpayments put an MAO at risk in a bid and a one-third financial audit while underpayments consume valuable staff time in resolving provider disputes and can also be a jeopardy in a one-third financial audit.


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Why Medicaid Programs Need to Update Their Information Systems

HIT Consultant

In Ohio, unemployment overpayments reached $3.86 Consider more CMS oversight : Between 2008 and 2018, states spent a total of $44.1 billion during the pandemic. In New Jersey, a call for experts in the 60-year-old programming language COBOL was issued to “metaphorically” highlight the age of its systems.

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Avoiding “Gotcha” Moments in Compliance 


As a result, the department now has to refund several thousand dollars in overpayments and implement a corrective action plan. He is also a member of the Health Care Compliance Association (HCCA), serving on the planning committee for the Mountain Regional Conference since 2008.

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Digital health is ready for its second act. Will it deliver on its promise to empower patients and providers?


We’ll explore the recent history of health IT and then look at current forces that make today very different from 2008 when EHR adoption kicked into overdrive and set us down the path we find ourselves today. Part 1 describes the environment in which we’re all operating, while part 2 lays out startup approaches worth adopting.

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Health Provider News

Hall Render

for physician referral scheme In Los Angeles, hospital CEO pay could be capped Kaiser Permanente ratings affirmed amid healthy financial profile Nurses vote ‘no confidence’ in California hospital administration, board Nursing facility, management company settle physician kickback allegations for $3.8M