Five Things You Should Know About the Fraud Enforcement and Recovery Act of 2009


All health care providers need to be aware of how recently enacted changes to the federal False Claims Act (FCA) may affect them, particularly in the areas of refunding overpayments to the government and filing claims with

Medicare and Medicaid managed care plans. Ober|Kaler's Paul Weidenfeld and Kristin Carter discuss.

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