Laboratory settles claims of doctor kickbacks for $63M
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — A prosecutor says a pathology laboratory has agreed to pay $63.5 million to settle claims that its relationships with referring doctors violated federal kickback law.
U.S. Attorney Don Cochran's office in Nashville said Thursday that the settlement by Irving, Texas-based Inform Diagnostics stems from allegations in three whistleblower lawsuits.
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