CVS fires back at Texas regulators in $30 million Medicaid fraud case

CVS Pharmacy, accused by the state of Texas of defrauding Medicaid of $30.5 million, is suing the state Health and Human Services Commission, claiming state officials approved the billing practices at the heart of the fraud case, court records show.

The lawsuit, filed Tuesday in state District Court, echoes complaints made by dentists and orthodontists who were accused of billing the state for unnecessary procedures from 2007 to 2012, accusations that state investigators struggled to prove in court.

Source: CVS fires back at Texas regulators in $30 million Medicaid fraud case THE STATESMAN

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