Cambridge Internist Pays More Than $176,000 to the United States to Resolve False Claims Act Allegations that He Administered Medically Unnecessary Procedures
Baltimore, Maryland - Noman Thanwy, M.D., an internist in Cambridge, Maryland, associated with the medical practice known as M.S. Shariff, M.D., P.A., has paid the United States $176,686.00 to settle allegations that he submitted false claims to the United States for medically unnecessary autonomic nervous function tests and vestibular function tests.
- Date:December 5, 2019
- Agency:U.S. Attorney
- Criminal and Civil Actions