We represented a publically traded long-term care corporation in a company-wide investigation by DOJ under the False Claims Act concerning the reasonableness and medical necessity of therapy services and issues with pre-admission evaluation forms required by TennCare and PASRR forms. We negotiated a successful resolution of the False Claims Act allegations, which resulted in a favorable settlement for our client. U.S. ex rel. Haggard v. Diversicare Mgmt. Services, Co. et al., 3:12-cv-00669 (M.D. Tenn.); U.S. ex rel. Fitzmorris v. Diversicare Health Services, Inc., 3:16-cv-03037 (M.D. Tenn.)
U.S. ex rel. Haggard v. Diversicare Mgmt. Services, Co. et al. & U.S. ex rel. Fitzmorris v. Diversicare Health Services, Inc.
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