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U.S. refutes radiologist's claims that $6.5 million FCA lawsuit is baseless

31 No. 05 WJHTH 08By Raju ChaduvulaWestlaw Journal Health Law (Approx. 3 pages)

U.S. refutes radiologist's claims that $6.5 million FCA lawsuit is baseless

31 No. 05 WJHTH 08By Raju ChaduvulaWestlaw Journal Health Law (Approx. 3 pages)

31 No. 05 Westlaw Journal Health Law 08
September 11, 2023
Health Care Fraud
Westlaw Journal Health Law
By Raju Chaduvula
Copyright © 2023 Thomson Reuters.

U.S. refutes radiologist's claims that $6.5 million FCA lawsuit is baseless

Shiloh v. Philadelphia Vascular Institute

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The U.S. government is urging a federal judge not to dismiss its lawsuit accusing a Pennsylvania doctor of committing $6.5 million in Medicare fraud, saying its claims meet federal standards and are sufficiently stated.
Response in opposition to motion to dismiss:
Memo supporting motion to dismiss:
Complaint in intervention:
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