Lawrence Physician to Pay $515,000 over Allegations of False Billing and Charging Cash for Suboxone: Settlement Also Resolves Allegations of Billing for Physician Office Visits Performed by Unlicensed Medical Assistants
Boston - A Lawrence physician and members of his practice will pay $515,000 to resolve allegations that they charged patients cash for a substance use disorder treatment already covered by the state's Medicaid program (MassHealth), and billed for office visits that should have been performed by a physician but were instead performed by unlicensed medical assistants, Attorney General Maura Healey announced today.
- Date:October 8, 2020
- Agency:Massachusetts Attorney General
- State Enforcement Agencies