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AmerisourceBergen Will Pay $625 Million to Settle Whistleblower Claim

AmerisourceBergen, America’s largest drug wholesaler, recently agreed to pay $625 million to settle claims that a former subsidiary of the company repackaged millions of containers of cancer drugs to sell overfills, a scheme worth millions of dollars that put cancer patients at risk of using contaminated drugs. The lawsuit also accused the company of providing Read More

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Massive Medicare Fraud Case Made Possible by Whistleblower Settled to Tune of $270 Million

Healthcare Partners Holdings LLC, a subsidiary of the largest dialysis providers in the nation (DaVita Inc.), agreed to pay $270 million to settle a whistleblower lawsuit. The organization was alleged to have defrauded the government through Medicare Advantage insurance plans for several years. Medicare Advantage plans cover more than one-third of all seniors in the Read More

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Healthcare Professionals Can Receive Large Awards for Uncovering Illegal Practices in Pharmaceutical, Medical Device Industries

Medical doctors, pharmaceutical representatives and other healthcare professionals may be able to collect awards if they report valuable information and proof to regulators that a drug company is knowingly selling ineffective or dangerous medications to the public. According to the Corporate Whistleblower Center, these rewards can be quite large. In fact, in a recent case, Read More

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