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August 4, 2014

Posted  January 22, 2016

Community Health Systems (CHS), the nation’s largest operator of acute care hospitals, agreed to pay $98 million to resolve multiple whistleblower lawsuits alleging the company billed government health care programs for inpatient services that should have been billed as outpatient or observation services. According to the government, CHS engaged in a corporate-driven scheme to increase inpatient admissions of Medicare, Medicaid and TRICARE (military) beneficiaries over the age of 65 who originally presented to the emergency departments at 119 CHS hospitals.Whistleblower Insider

Tagged in: FCA Federal, Hospital Fraud, Other Government Health Programs, Upcoding, Whistleblower Case,