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Judge dismisses False Claims Act suit against Kernan Hospital

Saying the government failed to present evidence of fraud, a federal judge has dismissed the lawsuit brought against Kernan Hospital for allegedly adding $1.6 million in billings to Medicare and other programs by falsely diagnosing people with severe malnutrition.

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Eisele named senior VP at UMMSF

Janice J. Eisele has been appointed senior vice president for development at the University of Maryland Medical System Foundation. In this role, Eisele will have responsibility for strategic leadership and operational oversight of the Foundation, which generates private financial contributions ...

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Top 5: ‘I’ve heard the talk, but I haven’t seen the money yet’

A proposed bowling alley in Hunt Valley, in which Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis is a partner, is still looking for financing, and a Baltimore hospital is being sued for Medicare fraud. Those stories and more in this week’s business ...

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Week in review: 10/21/11

Redistricting plan approved Gov. Martin O’Malley signed his congressional redistricting plan Thursday, shortly after the state Senate took a final vote to correct typographical errors in the bill. The Senate first approved the plan Tuesday, and the House of Delegates approved ...

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Kernan Hospital sued for Medicare fraud

The U.S. Attorney’s Office is claiming that a Baltimore hospital fraudulently rang up $1.6 million in billings to Medicare and other health programs by falsely diagnosing people with life-threatening cases of malnutrition. Kernan Hospital is accused in a federal lawsuit ...

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