Owner And Managers Of Health Care Practice Pay $900,000 To Resolve False Claims Act Lawsuit

The United States Attorney for the Western District of North Carolina has settled a whistleblower lawsuit alleging FCA violations by two former managers and the owner of Carolina Comprehensive Health Network, a now defunct healthcare company. The government will be paid $900,000 under the terms of the settlement. The defendants allegedly billed for “medically unnecessary […]
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