Joy Family and Sports Chiropractic Agreed to Pay $12,000 for Allegedly Violating the Civil Monetary Penalties Law by Submitting Claims for Chiropractic Services Provided without an Active License
After they self-disclosed conduct to OIG, Jason A. Joy, DC (Joy) and Joy Chiropractic, PA d/b/a Joy Family and Sports Chiropractic (JFSC), Kansas, agreed to pay $12,494.27 for allegedly violating the Civil Monetary Penalties Law. OIG contends that Joy and JFSC knowingly presented to Medicare Part B claims for items or services that they knew or should have known were not provided as claimed and were false or fraudulent. Specifically, OIG alleged that Joy provided chiropractic care in the State of Kansas when he was not actively licensed as a chiropractor in the State because he failed to timely renew his chiropractic license.
- Date:September 1, 2016
- Fraud Self-Disclosures