Medical Practice Resolves Fraud Allegations
Court documents say Allergy and Asthma Associates Inc. (AAA) submitted improper billings to Medicare and Medicaid for Xolair, an expensive asthma treatment sold in single-use vials. In situations where a patient’s dose resulted in a leftover partial vial of Xolair, AAA administered the leftover amount to another patient and then billed Medicare and Medicaid for administering this amount as if it were the entire single-use vial. Read a news story from CBS 19 News and a Department of Justice press release.
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