Friday, November 20, 2009
NJ Hospital to Pay $3.02 Million in Settlement of Qui Tam Lawsuit for Allegations of Medicare Fraud
The U.S. government will intervene in a lawsuit involving a New York Hospital and allegations of defrauding Medicare and has entered into a settlement with a New Jersey Hospital this week.
The United States settled for $3.02 million, plus interest, with Trinitas Regional Medical Center.
Both hospitals had lawsuits brought against them by a whistleblower, Tony Kite, in 2005 under the qui tam provision of the False Claims Act. Kite will receive about $679,000 plus interest out of the recovery from Trinitas Hospital.
Both hospitals allegedly fraudulently inflated their charges to Medicare patients to obtain larger reimbursements from Medicare.
Click here to read the full article “New Jersey Hospital to Pay $3 Million to Resolve Allegations of Medicare Fraud"
Posted by Qui Tam Admin on 11/20 at 07:38 AM
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