Published in Hospital Law Weekly, May 27th, 2004
Patients took kickbacks as part of a scheme that billed Medicare $200 to $500 for each dose of the infection-fighting drug Neupogen and anemia-fighting Procrit, federal prosecutors said in a 31-count indictment. Both drugs are colorless liquids.
The clinic owners, three staff doctors and four other employees were indicted on fraud conspiracy charges carrying a possible 5-year prison sentence. The doctors and employees...
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