Takeaway: From 2018 to 2020, the New York False Claims Act yielded an impressive $216,936,354 in recoveries and returned $130,161,812 to New York State’s Medicaid Program.
New York is one of 32 states with its own qui tam statute. Enacted in 2007,
Takeaway: Based on data reported by the State Attorney General, New Jersey’s False Claims Act (NJFCA) has been a legislative success. Between 2010 and 2019, the State netted $147 million under the NJFCA, while relators received $8.8 million. Over ten years, the New Jersey Attorney General filed 9 NJFCA cases,
- January 06, 2020
- Construction, Defense Industry, Federal False Claims Act, Financial Industry, Government Contracts, Medicaid, Medicare, Medicare Part D, Pharmaceuticals, State False Claims Acts
This is the second part of a two-part article.
In the first of this two-part series, we discussed the success of the United States’ federal False Claims Act (FCA), the rise of international whistleblowers through a study of the Michael Epp case,
The United States has filed a False Claims Act case against Tennessee-based nursing home company, Vanguard Healthcare LLC, as well as Vanguard Healthcare Services LLC, and six of its nursing facilities. See United States vs. Vanguard, et al., case no. 3:16-cv-2380 (M.D.Tenn 2016). The lawsuit alleges that the defendants were responsible for the submission of false claims to Medicare and TennCare (Tennessee’s Medicaid program) for skilled nursing home services that were either non-existent or grossly substandard.