U.S. ex rel. Osheroff v. HealthSpring, Inc.

We represented HealthSpring, a publicly traded managed care organization, in DOJ/HHS-OIG investigation involving allegations that the defendant had violated the Anti-Kickback Statute and rules governing the marketing of Medicare Managed Care Organizations, resulting in declination of intervention by the government and district court’s dismissal of relator’s FCA claims.  See U.S. ex rel. Osheroff v. Healthspring, 938 F. Supp. 2d (M.D. Tenn. 2013).

HealthSpring, Inc. (NYSE: HS) is one of the largest Medicare Advantage coordinated care plans in the U.S.

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