Medicare charges settled

Scott, Lisa
May 1997
Modern Healthcare;05/12/97, Vol. 27 Issue 19, p2
Trade Publication
Reports that Pennsylvania and New York hospitals are settling Medicare fraud charges they accrued partly as a result of bills they submitted to Medicare on the advice of a revenue enhancement consultant. Money which Geisinger Wyoming Valley Medical Center has agreed to pay; Terms of the settlements; Details on the litigation involving the federal government and Metzinger Associates.


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