Self-Disclosure and Resolution Regarding Medically Unnecessary In-Patient Psychiatric Services

We successfully represented a hospital in connection with a self-disclosure to the U.S. Department of Justice and settlement of potential FCA claims regarding the medical necessity of in-patient psychiatric services.

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