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False Claims Act: United States ex rel. Veltz v. Allegany Rehabilitation Associates Inc.

U.S. District Court, Western District of New York False Claims Act Medicaid — Subject Matter Jurisdiction United States ex rel. Veltz v. Allegany Rehabilitation Associates Inc. 01-CV-190 Judge Skretny Background: In this qui tam action, the government and the relator, ...

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Medicaid: Matter of Balzarini v. Suffolk County Department of Social Services

New York State Court of Appeals Medicaid Spousal Impoverishment Matter of Balzarini v. Suffolk County Department of Social Services No. 17 Appealed from the Second Department Background: In this appeal, the issue before the court is whether the meaning of ...

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Nonprofits brace for budget cuts

Walter W. Stockton, CEO of Manorville-based Independent Group Home Living, believes his group dodged a bullet last year when it experienced only a small cut in Medicaid funding, including allowances for inflation.

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Medicaid: United States ex. rel. Blundell v. Dialysis Clinic Inc.

U.S. District Court, Northern District of New York Medicaid Fraud — Overpayments — Qui Tam Actions United States ex. rel. Blundell v. Dialysis Clinic Inc. 09-CV-710 Judge Mordue Background: On June 22, 2009, plaintiff Paul Blundell filed this qui tam ...

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Faulty software cost state $114M

New York State paid $114 million in excessive Medicaid bills largely due to an ineffective claims processing software that failed to detect problems, according to an audit by the New York State comptroller.

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Public Health Law: The Brightonian Nursing Home v. Daines

Monroe County Supreme Court Public Health Law Nursing Homes — Medicaid The Brightonian Nursing Home v. Daines 2009-13213 Judge Rosenbaum Background: Monroe County Supreme Court Judge Rosenbaum ruled New York State Public Health Law §2808(5)(c) unconstitutional due to its effect ...

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Medicaid funeral loophole closed

When someone passes away, there are many questions left unanswered, none more important than who will arrange the funeral and be held responsible for the ever increasing expenses. Since 1997, however, more and more individuals ...

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