Major Telemedicine Takedown Announced by HHS-OIG

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Earlier today, the Department of Health and Human Services-Office of Inspector General (HHS-OIG) announced another major telemedicine and telehealth takedown. Details are still emerging, but the announcement indicates “345 defendants in 51 judicial districts, including telemedicine executives, the owners of durable medical equipment (DME) companies, genetic testing laboratories, pharmacies, and more than 100 medical practitioners” are involved. More details and analysis to follow.

DOJ’s press release is here.

Ty Howard

Ty Howard

Ty Howard is an attorney specializing in internal investigations, government enforcement, and white-collar criminal defense. A former federal and state prosecutor, Ty focuses his practice on helping businesses and individuals in highly regulated industries navigate government investigations, civil and criminal litigation, and compliance issues.

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