Kentucky Geriatric Care CEO Agreed to Be Excluded for 3 Years for Causing the Submission of Claims for Services Provided to Beneficiaries in Assisted Living Facilities When Services Were Allegedly Provided in the Beneficiaries’ Homes
In connection with the resolution of False Claims Act liability, an individual who was the former president, CEO, and board chair of a nationwide provider of geriatric care agreed to be excluded from participating in Federal health care programs for a period of three years under 42 U.S.C. § 1320a-7(b)(7). OIG alleged that the individual submitted, or caused to be submitted, claims to Medicare for allegedly engaging in upcoding by billing for services provided to beneficiaries in their homes when the services were instead provided in Assisted Living Facilities.
- Date:December 30, 2013
- CMP and Affirmative Exclusions