Another “telemedicine” takedown; Special Fraud Alert from HHS-OIG

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The last week has been busy for telemedicine-related enforcement. On July 20, the U.S. Department of Justice announced a $1.2 billion enforcement action focusing on so-called telemedicine fraud and related areas. And on the very same day, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services-Office of Inspector General released a “Special Fraud Alert” regarding telemedicine companies and healthcare practitioners.

The upshot of both these developments–and ongoing, significant enforcement activity in general–is that telemedicine-related matters remain a prime focus of regulators and prosecutorial agencies, with little sign of slowing down.

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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