Fraudulent Activity, Without the Submission of False Claims, Insufficient to Support Qui Tam Case; United States District Court for the Southern District of Ohio, Western Division No. 1:15-cv-511, U.S. et al. v. Fazzi Associates Inc., et al.

The district court granted the defendants’ motion to dismiss a qui tam case alleging healthcare fraud, finding that the relator had, at best, alleged internally fraudulent activity without connecting the activity to claims for payment to the government. The relator alleged the defendants falsely downgraded patient diagnosis data to show greater patient outcomes over time, […]
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