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September 19, 2019

Posted  September 19, 2019

Selma, Alabama hospital Vaughan Regional Medical Center, together with two of its ER physicians and an affiliated company, will pay $1.45 million to resolve allegations that they violated the False Claims Act by having medical residents who were not fully licensed and credentialed provide emergency room services.  The hospital then falsified medical records and submitted claims to Medicare as if the services had been provided by a licensed physician.  The case originated with a qui tam action filed by Dr. Samuel Clemmons, who will receive $275,000.  USAO SD AL

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