Evansville, Indiana home health agency pays nearly $2 million after self-disclosure

by bvernia | October 21st, 2009

Omni Home Care, and its parent, Omni Home Health, have paid $1.97 million to settle claims arising from its August, 2008, self-disclosure that it failed to obtain required physician initial and periodic certifications of home care plans, the Department of Justice announced on October 20.

As of October 21, no Corporate Integrity Agreement had been posted for either company on OIG-HHS’s website.

The case was handled by DOJ’s Civil Fraud Section, the US Attorney’s office for the Southern District of Indiana, and OIG-HHS.

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