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November 1, 2022

Posted  November 1, 2022

Electronic health record technology vendor Modernizing Medicine, Inc. (“ModMed”) has agreed to pay $45 million to resolve allegations, including by its former VP of Product Management, that it both received and provided illegal kickbacks in exchange for referrals.  According to the government and whistleblower Amanda Long, ModMed engaged in schemes with Miraca Life Sciences, Inc. (now known as Inform Diagnostics) to receive kickbacks in exchange for recommending its users for Miraca’s lab services, and to provide its EHR technology free to healthcare providers to entice them to direct lab orders to Miraca and add to ModMed’s user base.  Long will receive about $9 million of the settlement with ModMed.  USAO NJ

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