Another Case to Support the ROI of Regular Billing Compliance Audits

False Claims Act allegations generally fall into two buckets. Those for services never performed/never intended to be performed (pure fraud) and those for incorrect billing practices that result in inaccurate information on a claim to a government program with or without financial gain.  The Connecticut case involves duplicative reimbursement due to bundled services that were also billed and paid separately. With incorrect coding and billing processes increasingly the source of false claims act violations, health care providers can no longer dismiss the imperative for regular internal audits that detect and correct errors before rising to the level of a government action.