A physician and a cancer center that allegedly billed for radiation oncology services

A $12 million settlement in just under 9 months—from the filing of the case to settlement—involving a physician and a cancer center that allegedly billed for radiation oncology services that were not medically necessary for the patient, were not properly supervised by doctors, or were upcoded—a practice in which the provider bills for procedures that are paid at a higher rate when, in fact, those procedures were not actually performed.

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