AHLA's Health Care Fraud Settlement Index (AHLA Members)
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This First Edition of AHLA's Health Care Fraud Settlement Index is designed to help readers appreciate the impact of fraud enforcement activity in the U.S. by compiling recent health care fraud settlements in a variety of ways, making it possible for readers to identify trends and assess the risk of enforcement based on allegations, jurisdiction, and regulated entity, among other factors. The settlements indexed in this guide occurred between July 2020 and September 2022.
Settlements are indexed by allegation, state, or entity type to spot enforcement trends and assess your clients' risk. Facilitate your further research using AHLA's detailed charts, which include:
- Entity type (12 types, including health systems, hospitals, individuals, laboratories, and more)
- Recovery amount
- Allegation type (False Claim, Anti-Kickback, Stark, and others)
- Summary of allegations
- Party names
- Participating agencies
- Court, including docket numbers
- URLs for press releases, settlement agreements, corporate integrity agreements, and more
This print desk reference includes a digital download linking directly to cited materials. Fraud counsel, compliance personnel, litigators, and anyone interested in health care fraud enforcement will want to keep this tool close at hand.
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Published in March 2023.
Table of contents
Recent Titles from the American Health Law Association
About the Managing Editor
About the American Health Law Association
PART 1 By Type of Allegation
1.1 False Claims Act
1.2 The Stark Law
1.3 Anti-Kickback Statute
PART 2 By State
PART 3 By Entity Type
3.1 Health System
3.4 Individual Practitioner
3.5 Behavioral Health
3.6 Home Health and Hospice
3.7 Physical Therapy, Rehabilitation, and Skilled Nursing
3.10 Pharmaceutical Manufacturer
3.11 Medical Device Supplier