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Rose Cancer Center - Healthcare Fraud ($5.7 million)

Posted  September 13, 2014

Constantine Cannon represented a whistleblower in a False Claims Act case alleging Mississippi-based Rose Cancer Center used unqualified technicians performing bone marrow biopsies, diluted chemotherapy drugs, and falsified patient records to conceal the clinic’s fraudulent Medicare billings.  The physician who owned and ran the practice plead guilty to various Medicare fraud violations, forfeited $5.7 million, and was sentenced to 20 years in prison.  In August 2014, our client (along with three other whistleblowers) received a whistleblower award of $525,000 from the government’s recovery.  Read more — Clarion Ledger, CC.

Tagged in: FCA Federal, Healthcare Fraud, Improper Medical Personnel, Lack of Medical Necessity, Medicare, Provider Fraud, Whistleblower Rewards,