Hospital pays $9 million for False Claims Act allegations

August 2012
Healthcare Risk Management;Aug2012, Vol. 34 Issue 8, p94
The article reports that Overlook Medical Center in Summit, New Jersey, and its parent companies agreed to pay the U. S. 9 million U.S. dollars to settle allegations of violating the False Claims Act by overbilling Medicare for patients treated on an inpatient basis, when they were outpatients.


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