St. Joseph's to Pay $22M to Settle Federal Charges

Cheryl Clark, for HealthLeaders Media , November 10, 2010

According to a DOJ statement, "the settlement agreement resolves issues relating to 11 professional services agreements between MidAtlantic and St. Joseph under which MACVA received payments above fair market value, for services not rendered or that were not commercially reasonable and were entered into for the purpose of inducing referrals by MACVA to SJMC."

"Kickbacks give doctors an incentive to pursue unnecessary treatments that are costly and sometimes even dangerous to patients," says U.S. Attorney Rod Rosenstein. "Medical care providers are prohibited from giving or receiving kickbacks because of the risk that they will put their own financial interests ahead of their patients' interests."

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1 comments on "St. Joseph's to Pay $22M to Settle Federal Charges"

Former employee (11/20/2010 at 8:32 PM)
So dose this mean that Hank Yurow, CEO or former CEO will get off free, he did his dirty deeds long ago and we all knew it that worked there. We were all trash to Hank Yurow, just a pone in his game.




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