Doctor accused of taking kickbacks from company with massive Richmond lab, settles

RICHMOND, Va. — A Texas doctor agreed to pay more than $200,000 to settle allegations brought by the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Eastern District of Texas that she violated the False Claims Act by taking kickbacks from True Health Diagnostics in exchange for referring labs to the blood-testing company.

True Health Diagnostics is a bankrupt Texas-based blood-testing company with a massive lab in downtown Richmond.

Dr. Bibi Tasleyma Sattar, and her practice, Oakmont Wellness Center, PA, sent Medicare patients to a company owned by her parents, Onsite Draw Station, Inc. (ODS), for blood draws for diagnostic testing at True Health, according to federal investigators.

Source: Doctor accused of taking kickbacks from company with massive Richmond lab, settles / WTVR 6 Richmond News

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