AG Jepsen: State Reaches False Claims Act Settlement with Providers at Children's Behavioral Health Clinic
A social worker and a doctor will pay a total of $120,000 to Connecticut's Medical Assistance Program (CMAP) through settlement agreements that resolve civil allegations involving the filing of false and fraudulent claims for payments at a Branford-based outpatient behavioral health clinic for children, Attorney General George Jepsen said today.
- Date:July 10, 2015
- Agency:Connecticut Attorney General
- State Enforcement Agencies