The program at the Institute for Family Health, called CenteringPregnancy, brings women out of exam rooms and into groups for their care.
The department has missed out on more than a half a million dollars that taxpayers have been forced to foot the bill for.
A major bust has resulted in more than a dozen doctors being charged with taking cash payments in exchange for patient referrals.
The Manhattan District Attorney’s office says the 58-year-old Hemrajani prescribed medications for the virus that causes AIDS without determining whether the patients had it.
They lived the life of luxury, but allegedly accepted handouts that you paid for.
Saying “We can’t just cut our way out of this hole,” President Barack Obama is calling for $1.5 trillion in new taxes as part of a 10-year deficit reduction package totaling more than $3 trillion.
You’ve got a friend in Rye if you’re getting along in years at SPRYE – Staying Put in Rye and Environs.
A New Jersey man, Richard West, filed a whistleblower complaint against Maxim Healthcare Systems after figuring out he’d been overbilled.
Rockland County is taking out an emergency loan to pay its bills.
In a letter to Soundview’s chairman, health officials say Comprehensive Community Development Corp., also known as Soundview, has no compliance program as required to verify claims and costs. It will revoke Medicaid eligibility Sept. 12.
Sources inside Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s administration said that an investigation by the office of the Medicaid inspector general have turned up repeated violations of law that could deprive Soundview Health Clinics of all Medicaid funding.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Thursday amended his proposed budget to incorporate Medicaid funding cuts and policy changes recommended by a task force that reviewed the program and to reflect some future economic optimism.
The goal of the overhaul is to move nearly every one of the state’s 4.7 million recipients of the government healthcare program to managed care in three years, ending the use of hospital emergency rooms that drive up costs.
Christie goes to West Deptford after presenting a $29.4 billion budget that would require the Democratic-controlled Legislature to enact major changes to public employees’ pension and health benefits.
Chris Christie’s second annual state budget address will likely ruffle feathers and bolster his reputation among his supporters as a fiscal conservative.