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Feds Allege Ga. Hospitals Paid Kickbacks

DOJ intervenes in whistleblower case alleging Medicaid fraud for client referrals

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The U.S. Justice Department has intervened in a whistleblower case against one of the country's largest hospital chains, alleging that three of its Georgia hospitals paid kickbacks for more than a decade to a chain of metro Atlanta prenatal clinics in return for patient referrals.

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