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Cgmp Violations Should Not Be Used As A Basis For Fca Actions Absent Fraud, Kyle Faget Oct 2014

Cgmp Violations Should Not Be Used As A Basis For Fca Actions Absent Fraud, Kyle Faget

Seattle University Law Review

Since Congress amended the False Claims Act (FCA) in 1986, the statute has evolved into a seemingly boundless weapon for enforcing other statutes and regulations applicable to every industry that accepts any form of government funding. Use of the FCA by the Department of Justice (DOJ) and by private citizens bringing actions on behalf of the U.S. government to enforce other statutes and regulations is particularly evident in the field of health care. The FCA has been utilized in actions where the allegations include off-label promotion of drugs, kickbacks, and violations of current good manufacturing practices (cGMPs) by linking ...


Health Care For Low-Income Classes In An Individual Mandate System: Lessons The United States Can Learn From Switzerland, Mason F. Reid Sep 2014

Health Care For Low-Income Classes In An Individual Mandate System: Lessons The United States Can Learn From Switzerland, Mason F. Reid

Georgia Journal of International & Comparative Law

No abstract provided.


Observing Observational Status -- Auditors And Inequities Jan 2014

Observing Observational Status -- Auditors And Inequities

Marquette Elder's Advisor

No abstract provided.


Rationalizing Home And Community-Based Services Under Medicaid, Laura D. Hermer Jan 2014

Rationalizing Home And Community-Based Services Under Medicaid, Laura D. Hermer

Saint Louis University Journal of Health Law & Policy

No abstract provided.


Missing The Forest For The Trees: Why Supplemental Needs Trusts Should Be Exempt From Medicaid Determinations, Jeffrey R. Grimyser Jan 2014

Missing The Forest For The Trees: Why Supplemental Needs Trusts Should Be Exempt From Medicaid Determinations, Jeffrey R. Grimyser

Chicago-Kent Law Review

Supplemental needs trusts are trusts designed to assist individuals with disabilities by paying for services and items that Medicaid will not pay for. Federal law, however, is unclear as to whether using one of these trusts automatically disqualifies someone from receiving Medicaid, thereby causing the circuit courts to split on their interpretation. Some circuits have held that the Medicaid statute allows states to enact laws prohibiting the use of these trusts while receiving Medicaid benefits based on the federal law’s statutory language. While other circuits have ruled that individuals can simultaneously receive Medicaid benefits and use supplemental needs trusts ...


Response To: "Pay-To-Play: The Impact Of Group Purchasing Organizations On Drug Shortages", Curtis Rooney Jan 2014

Response To: "Pay-To-Play: The Impact Of Group Purchasing Organizations On Drug Shortages", Curtis Rooney

American University Business Law Review

No abstract provided.