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Texas physicians group agrees to health care fraud settlement

Texas-based EmCare doctors "provide emergency medicine, hospital medicine, general and trauma surgery, anesthesiology and radiology/teleradiology care to hundreds of hospitals and healthcare facilities throughout the country," the company says on its website. It is perhaps unsurprising that the Dallas firm makes no mention of its recent agreement with the U.S. Department of Justice to settle claims that it engaged in health care fraud.

Drug maker agrees to settle kickback allegations for $210 million

United Therapeutics Corporation (UT), based in Maryland, has just agreed to settle Anti-Kickback Statute and False Claims Act allegations for $210 million. The drug maker has also entered into a five-year corporate integrity agreement with the Department of Health and Human Services Office of Inspector General.

Feds: "White coat" sales scheme violates Anti-Kickback Statute

After Danish multinational pharmaceutical company Novo Nordisk settled claims that it marketed drugs using a "white coat" sales scam, global pharmaceutical competitor Eli Lilly is facing similar charges. A recently unsealed whistleblower lawsuit alleges that Lilly ran a "multi-tiered kickback scheme" to boost sales of insulin drugs.

Cancer centers in war of words, legal actions

A Texas cancer centers chain with locations across the Southwest has been embroiled in a years-long legal dispute with an Arkansas competitor. Landmark Cancer Center has locations in San Antonio, Dallas, Plano and other spots in Texas.

Texas pharmaceutical rep hit with health care fraud indictment

Compounding pharmacies can be critical bridges between doctors and patients. The pharmacies make drugs prescribed by physicians for patients with very specific needs that can't be met by commercially available prescriptions. A compounding pharmacy custom-makes drugs from two or more medications so that the patient gets exactly what the doctor ordered.

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