Doctor Faces Federal Civil False Claims Allegations

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According to the complaint, the doctor knowingly and willfully accepted illegal kickbacks from a laboratory in exchange for sending Medicare-reimbursed orders for pharmacogenomics testing (tests that show how genes affect a person’s response to particular drugs). It also states he knowingly caused the submission of more than $3 million in false claims to Medicare. Read a story from The Owensboro Times.  Read a Department of Justice press release




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