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June 8, 2018

Posted  June 11, 2018

Skilled nursing facility company Signature HealthCARE, LLC will pay more than $30 million to the federal and Tennessee state governments to resolve False Claims Act allegations it placed patients in the highest therapy reimbursement level regardless of need; limited its therapy services to the minimum number of minutes required to bill at a given reimbursement level and discouraged the provision of care beyond that minimum; and pressured therapists to complete therapy even when patients were too ill or declined to participate. The suit was brought by two former employees and whistleblowers, who will receive a portion of the recovery. DOJ

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