The Feds are coming
Last June we reported on a consent decree entered into by a The U.S. Attorney’s office in Philadelphia and Rosenbaum & Associates over the firm’s failure to pay $14,000 in past CMS liens related to multiple clients. The Decree called for payment of double the lien [$28,000] as well as strident internal process reviews, training and auditing by the firm. It also included an agreement that any further violation would be a False Claim Act violation.
Fast forward to March 18th and we have the United States Attorney for the District of Maryland hitting the Meyers, Rodbell & Rosenbaum, P.A firm for $250,000 and similar terms over a single lien related to a medical malpractice claim.
CMS compliance is getting more complicated. Plaintiff lawyers are directly exposed to CMS enforcement. At the same time, the malpractice risk extends to the CMS future interests. If that’s not enough, Medicare Advantage Organizations continue to gain ground in asserting Secondary Payers Act rights as to both past payments and future interests.
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The Feds are coming
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