The vendor has agreed to pay $18.3 million to settle allegations that it violated the False Claims Act by offering illegal kickbacks to boost EHR sales. The company denies any wrongdoing and said it agreed to settle to “put the matter behind us.”
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A former Merck & Co scientist could face up to 10 years in prison after he was accused of stealing trade secrets relating to drugs including the cancer immunotherapy Keytruda by US authorities. In a document outlining the charges against Shafat Quadri, of North Potomac,… Read More »Ex-Merck & Co scientist accused of stealing trade secrets could face jail
Google announced it had closed its planned acquisition of Fitbit on Thursday, even thought the deal is still being investigated by the U.S. Department of Justice.
Doctor’s Choice Home Care Inc. and two former executives have agreed to pay $5.15 million to resolve allegations that the home health agency provided “improper financial inducements” to referring physicians through “sham medical director agreements,” the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) announced earlier this month.… Read More »Home Health Agency, Former Executives to Pay $5.8M to Settle False Claims Act Allegations
Generic drugmaker Teva indicted in alleged price-fixing conspiracy leading consumers to be overcharged by $350M
The charges, filed in Philadelphia federal court, allege that Teva conspired with four other generic drug companies to fix prices, rig bids and allocate customers. Teva – which the Justice Department and New York’s state government also sued this month for unrelated allegations – said… Read More »Generic drugmaker Teva indicted in alleged price-fixing conspiracy leading consumers to be overcharged by $350M