Motion refiled to link Columbia civil suits

Taylor, Mark
August 1999
Modern Healthcare;08/30/99, Vol. 29 Issue 35, p32
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Focuses on the request of the United States Justice Department to a federal judicial panel to consolidate all Medicare fraud whistleblower civil lawsuits filed against Columbia/HCA Healthcare Corporation. Reason for the request; Information concerning the whistleblower lawsuits of Columbia/HCA.


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