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June 28, 2018

Posted  July 2, 2018

Varicose vein treatment company Circulatory Centers of America, LLC agreed to pay $1,205,000 to settle allegations that it violated the False Claims Act. The allegations stemmed from a qui tam lawsuit filed by a whistleblower in Pittsburgh, PA that alleged claims were submitted to Medicare for services by non-physicians “incident to” the supervision by a physician when in fact no physician was present in the office. These types of claims are reimbursed at higher rates than when billed without the physician supervision component. USAO WDPA

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