Tag:Medicaid

Physical Therapy Company to Pay $400,000 for False Claims Act Violation Allegations

A physical therapy company in Colorado Springs agreed to pay $400,000 to settle allegations it falsely billed federal healthcare programs for aquatic therapy services in violation of the False Claims Act.

Court Opinions: 10th Circuit Court of Appeals Opinion from July 27

The 10th Circuit affirmed a district court ruling concluding both reversionary trusts and annuities are countable assets for determining Medicaid eligibility.

Colorado Receives $5 Million in Multistate Suit Over Medicaid Drug Rebates

Colorado will receive $5 million in a multi-state settlement against a drug manufacturer for falsely calculating Medicaid rebates.

Colorado Substance Abuse Treatment Clinic and Owner Agree to Settle False Claims Act Allegations

Springbok Health Inc. and Mark Jankelow, Springbok’s owner and CEO, have settled to resolve allegations they violated the False Claims Act.

Colorado Supreme Court Abandons Common Law Rule on Childhood Medical Bills

The Colorado Supreme Court on Monday abolished a common law rule that prevented minors from suing for their childhood medical bills.

Immigration Rule Sparks Legal Battle

The Trump administration on Aug. 12 finalized a rule that would tighten immigration restrictions for visa and green card applicants considered likely to receive...

Substance Abuse Interim Committee Discusses Bill Frameworks

At an interim committee meeting Tuesday, state legislators moved a step closer to introducing a new package of bills and gave updates on the...

Using Legislation to Destigmatize Drug Use

In 2017, 1,112 people in Colorado died from drug overdoses, up from 912 in 2016. And according to state officials, the extent of the...