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A University Agrees to Reimburse $22,000,000 to Resolve Allegations Concerning Medically Unnecessary Lab Tests and Deceitful Billing Practices
A University Agrees to Reimburse $22,000,000 to Resolve Allegations Concerning Medically Unnecessary Lab Tests and Deceitful Billing Practices

The University of Miami, on 10th May 2021, consented to reimburse 22 million U.S. dollars to settle allegations that it breached the False Claims Act by procuring laboratory tests that lacked medical necessity, and submitting fraudulent claims via its lab and off-campus hospital-based...

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