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May 18, 2016

Posted  May 23, 2016

Missouri physician Randall E. Meyer pleaded guilty to (and agreed to pay roughly $75,000) violating the False Claims Act.  Meyer, a surgeon with Central Missouri Cardiology, P.C., admitted claiming the percentage of patients’ lesions and stenosis in their arteries was 70 percent or greater when it was substantially less.  The health care benefit programs would not have reimbursed claims if the programs had known Meyer was inflating the percentage of patient lesion and stenosis.  DOJ (W.D.MO)

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