Category archive: Nursing Homes

Illinois Authorized Electronic Monitoring in Long-Term Care Facilities Act

As many of you are aware, on January 1, 2016, the Illinois Authorized Electronic Monitoring in Long-Term Care Facilities Act (the “Act”) became effective. This Act imposes various responsibilities on long-term care facilities in Illinois to allow residents to engage in electronic monitoring. The Department of Public Health (“IDPH”) also has certain responsibilities under the…

False Claims Update: OIG Continues to Focus on Ambulance Services

Reduction of fraud and abuse remains a focus of the government’s efforts to ensure providers accountability.  Recently, the Department of Justice (DOJ) announced a $3.199 Million settlement of alleged False Claims Act violations resulting from an ambulance “swapping” arrangement between a skilled nursing home and ambulance service (Regent settlement). Once again, the Department of Justice…

Anti-Kickback Update – HHS-OIG Settles Ambulance Swapping Case $3 Million Settlement from Nursing Home in Ambulance Swapping Case

Demonstrating the government’s commitment to combat health care fraud and keeping providers accountable, the U.S. Attorney’s office of Southern District announced that Regent Management Services L.P., a long term provider, agreed to pay approximately $3.199 Million to settle allegations that it received kickbacks from ambulance companies for referrals of Regent’s Medicare and Medicaid patients needing…

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