A Nashville, Tenn.-based home health care company and its affiliates have agreed to pay $25 million plus interest to settle whistleblower allegations that they violated the federal False Claims Act by submitting bills to Medicare and Medicaid that were wrongly coded and false in a scheme to boost profits. According to the U.S. Justice Department, CareAll Management LLC, one of Tennessee’s largest home health care providers, routinely overstated the severity of patients’ conditions to increase its billings. The company also billed Medicare and Medicaid for medically unnecessary services, often treating patients who were not homebound, federal prosecutors said. The alleged ... Read More
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