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Did a TX hospital commit a crime by failing to release patients?

Psychiatric facilities must operate while maintaining a difficult balance: provide the care patients need while not discharging them at a time they could injure themselves or others. A failure to navigate this balance wisely can result in allegations of criminal wrongdoing.

Insurance company demands TX hospital return $1 million

Navigating the intricacies of insurance payments is difficult, even for hospital officials. One local hospital is attempting to figure out what went wrong that led to an insurance company accusing the hospital of fraudulent billing practices.

Texas doctor faces seven years in prison for fraud

The Department of Justice continues to crack down on allegations of bribery in the healthcare industry. In the latest case, the government accused a Texas surgeon of paying and receiving bribes in relation to his medical practice.

How will the SUPPORT Act impact medical professionals?

Lawmakers recently passed the Substance Use-Disorder Prevention that Promotes Opioid Recovery and Treatment (SUPPORT) Act. This proposal passed with bipartisan support and was signed into law by President Donald Trump on October 24, 2018. The SUPPORT Act will have a major impact on healthcare throughout the country.

DOJ accuses telemedicine operation of health care fraud

The Department of Justice (DOJ) recently released the indictment for four men and seven companies the agency has accused of involvement in a billion-dollar health care fraud scheme. The accusations include conspiracy to commit health care fraud, mail fraud and introduction of misbranded drugs into interstate commerce and result in 32 criminal charges.

Two Texas women accused of over $30 million in healthcare fraud

A sheriff’s department in Texas has charged two office administrators at medical clinics with healthcare fraud. The state has accused the women of conspiring with a doctor at the clinic to file fraudulent claims with the Office of Worker’s Compensation.

Is it possible to overcome allegations of Medicare fraud?

Allegations of wrongdoing can haunt the accused for the rest of his or her life. This is particularly true when the allegations involve government allegations of breaking the law. Is it possible to overcome these allegations and move on to live a successful and fulfilling life? In short, the answer is yes, but the road to success is a difficult one. A recent political battle provides an example.

Husband and wife accused of healthcare fraud

The Department of Justice (DOJ) continues to crackdown on allegations of healthcare fraud. The agency’s most recent examples a psychologist and his wife who ran a psychological practice. The government has accused the couple of partaking in an elaborate billing scheme to defraud Medicaid.

Two cases that could change healthcare at a national level

Lawsuits can have a national impact. These two cases provide examples of lawsuits that could work their way up the system to the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) and change the application of health care law throughout the country.

Prep for Hurricane Florence pays off: 2 lessons for TX hospitals

Hurricane Florence struck the Southeast coast just days ago. Local hospitals took proactive steps to prepare for the storm, and the efforts paid off. Just days after the storm hit hospitals were able to resume normal operations.

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