Wednesday, October 24, 2012
DOJ Joins FCA Case Against NYC Dept. of Education
The Department of Justice intervened in a whistleblower case against the New York City Department of Education alleging that the DOE overbilled Medicaid for counseling services provided to special education students. According to the allegations, the DOE billed Medicaid for counseling services provided to students even when it failed to meet Medicaid rules requiring at least two sessions per month. The suit seeks over $2 million in treble damages, penalties and costs.
Read the entire press release, “UNITED STATES INTERVENES IN ACTION ALLEGING THAT NEW YORK CITY DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION IMPROPERLY BILLED MEDICAID FOR PSYCHOLOGICAL SERVICES TO SPECIAL EDUCATION STUDENTS"
Posted by eithurburn on 10/24 at 01:08 PM
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