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May 31, 2017

Posted  June 12, 2017

Massachusetts-based eClinicalWorks, one of the country’s largest vendors of electronic health records software, along with certain of its employees, agreed to pay $155 million to resolve charges the company violated the False Claims Act by misrepresenting the capabilities of its software.  The company also allegedly paid kickbacks to certain customers in exchange for promoting its product.  The allegations originated in a whistleblower lawsuit filed under the qui tam provisions of the False Claims Act by Brendan Delaney, a software technician formerly employed by the New York City Division of Health Care Access and Improvement.  He will receive a whistleblower award of roughly $30 million from the proceeds of the government’s recovery. DOJ

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