SavaSeniorCare LLC and affiliates have agreed to pay $11.2 million to resolve lawsuits stating the company fraudulently billed Medicare and Medicaid for medically unnecessary rehabilitation services in violation of the False Claims Act.
Sava also came under fire for providing inadequate care for their residents, resulting in preventable illnesses, falls, and medication errors.
Provost Umphrey qui tam lawyer, Michael Hamilton, represented whistleblower, Rita Hayward, who initially brought the medically unnecessary billings to light.
“Our client showed courage in exposing these unlawful claims and we are gratified that the case has been brought to a successful conclusion,” said Hamilton.
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