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Webinar: Implied False Certification
June 7, 2017 @ 3:00 pm - 4:30 pm
How Non-Compliance with Licensure and Certification Requirements May Constitute a Violation Under the False Claims Act
Last year, the U.S. Supreme Court handed down a unanimous decision in the case of Universal Health Services vs. Escobar that upheld the theory of implied false certification under the False Claims Act (FCA). Health centers are most at risk when a claim makes specific representations about the goods or services (such as the proper licensure of employees or the health center) because the health center’s failure to disclose noncompliance makes those representations misleading half-truths.
Join FTLF Partner, Adam Falcone, Wednesday, June 7 at 3:00 PM EST as he discusses:
- An overview of the Supreme Court decision in the case of Universal Health Services vs. Escobar that upheld the theory of implied false certification under the False Claims Act (FCA);
- Examples of the types of cases in which this theory has been successfully applied; and
- Specific licensing and certification requirements applicable to health centers that could form the basis for FCA liability under the theory of implied false certification.
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