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What's the Strategy in the U.S. for Neovasc's Reducer?

8 months ago

Neovasc (Nasdaq: NVCN) is a medical device company primarily known for Reducer, which is a minimally invasive device that helps treat patients with refractory angina. The device has been approved in Europe

How Ultrasound Can Help With Dupuytren’s Disease?

2 weeks ago in General Healthcare Fraud

Hey, I hope you are doing well now, If you are facing Dupuytren’s disease, ultrasound can help you in increasing the range of motion and flexibility in hand movements, Duputyren’s wand is such a device that provides effective results. I have heard and seen in youtube videos, this Duputyren’s wand works and can improve wrist and finger flexibility, reduces swelling and inflammation instantly, and decreases stiffness. You can search for Dupuytrencure on google. I hope this information will b…

What's the Strategy in the U.S. for Neovasc's Reducer?

8 months ago

Neovasc (Nasdaq: NVCN) is a medical device company primarily known for Reducer, which is a minimally invasive device that helps treat patients with refractory angina. The device has been approved in Europe

what non-surgical treatment is for Dupuytren's Contracture

2 months ago in General Healthcare Fraud

Hey buddy,

I am from California, You have heard about dupuytren's contracture, It's the curling of the fingers that occurs as a result of Dupuytren's disease,a problem with unregulated collagen formation in the palm of the hand and fingers, but I have gone through a couple of blogs talking about non-surgical treatment, so just checking on it. I wanna know your opinion about what non-surgical treatment is for Dupuytren's Contracture?

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One of the Largest Healthcare Fraud Schemes Prosecuted in the Southern District

9 months ago in General Healthcare Fraud

My blog just published a guide of The Ultimate Guide to US Healthcare Fraud Schemes. I think it’d be a helpful article for anyone that needs further advice on the topic. You can find it here:

Long Island Chiropractor Pleads Guilty to Multi-Million Dollar Health Care Fraud

1 year ago in General Healthcare Fraud

Friday, March 15, 2019

Admits Billing Under Names of Other Providers to Evade Review

Earlier today, at the federal courthouse in Central Islip, Raymond R. Pellegrino, a chiropractor, pleaded guilty to health care fraud. Today’s plea took place before United States District Judge Joseph F. Bianco. When sentenced, Pellegrino faces up to 10 years in prison, as well as restitution of $2,110,000, forfeiture of $504,444 and a fine to be determined.

Richard P. Donoghue, United States Attorney for the …

LI doctors, business manager charged in $163 million health care fraud

1 year ago in General Healthcare Fraud


Three doctors and a medical clinic business manager from Long Island are among 13 people facing fraud charges after federal prosecutors said they took part in kickback schemes that bilked Medicare and Medicaid of up to $163 million.

The charges come as part of a national investigation into health care fraud that has led to charges against 601 people who investigators said generated fraudulent claims adding up to $2 billion, according to a news release issued Thursday by the U.S. Department of Jus…

FDA Cracking Down on Thermography Being Used in Place of Mammography

2 years ago in General Healthcare Fraud

Specifically, the FDA is cracking down on health spas, homeopathic clinics, mobile health units, and other health care facilities are using thermography inappropriately as a standalone tool for breast cancer screening or diagnosis. Many of these sites are misleading patients on the benefits of Thermography, often charging hundreds and thousands of dollars for the testing.

In a recent warning letter, the FDA specifically named Total Thermal Imaging, Inc., in La Mesa, California, for marketing and…

Justice Department Recovers Over $2.8 Billion from False Claims Act Cases in 2018

2 years ago in General Healthcare Fraud

The Department of Justice obtained more than $2.8 billion in settlements and judgments from civil cases involving fraud and false claims against the government in the fiscal year ending Sept. 30, 2018, Recoveries since 1986, when Congress substantially strengthened the civil False Claims Act, now total more than $59 billion.

“Every year, the submission of false claims to the government cheats the American taxpayer out of billions of dollars,” said Principal Deputy Associate Attorney General P…

NFL quarterback Shane Matthews sentenced to three months in prison for healthcare fraud

3 years ago in General Healthcare Fraud

tons of reps are still doing this but they're selling pee tests and not pain cream.

if you are going to go down this road make sure the company/pharmacy you work for isn't doing shady billing practices. you'll go down with them too.

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