Rep. McCollum/AHA Health Care Fraud Bill Opposed By Justice, HHS
This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet
Rep. Bill McCollum's (R-Fla.) "Health Care Claims Guidance Act" (HR 3523) would establish a separate threshold for federal health fraud under the 100 year-old False Claims Act by requiring that amounts subject to prosecution be "material" within the context of a provider's annual billings to the government.
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