Two management consulting companies and nine affiliated Alabama and Florida nursing homes will pay $10 million to settle a False Claims Act lawsuit filed by a whistleblower who accused the defendants of scheming to provide patients with unnecessary therapy and then billing Medicare for the unneeded services. According to the U.S. Department of Justice, Southern SNF Management, Inc., Rehab Services in Motion (doing business as Dynamic Rehab) and the nursing homes instituted corporate policies and practices that encouraged the nursing facilities to provide patients with “medically unreasonable and unnecessary therapy without regard for patients’ individual clinical needs.” The defendants then ... Read More
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