Florida Getting $3.7 Million Following a Multistate Health Care Investigation

by | Aug 22, 2020


“On Thursday, state Attorney General Ashley Moody announced that Florida will receive millions of dollars following a massive multi-state health care fraud investigation.

Florida, along with 49 states, territories and the federal government, settled allegations of fraud against Universal Health Services, Inc. (UHS)

UHS is based in King of Prussia, Pennsylvania and is one of the nation’s largest providers of hospital and health care services. The total value of the settlement is $117 million. Florida will receive approximately $3.7 million.

The government agencies allege that UHS’s conduct violated the Federal False Claims Act and the Florida False Claims Act, resulting in the submission of false claims to the Florida Medicaid program.”


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  1. Sri Astro Vastu

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