N.Y. hospital to repay $84 million

Pallarito, Karen
September 1999
Modern Healthcare;09/27/99, Vol. 29 Issue 39, p3
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Focuses on an $84 million settlement for alleged Medicare billing improprieties from New York, New York teaching hospital Staten Island University Hospital. What the settlement deal includes; Views of Scott Brown, a spokesman for New York's top fraud fighter, on the settlement; Investigation of the issue and its result; Comments from hospital spokesman Patrick Clark on the Medicare billing.


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