Cabrini Medical Center Pays $3.4 Million To Settle Allegations Of Medicaid Fraud; Third And Final Hospital To Settle Whistleblower Allegations; It Illegally Kicked Back Millions For Alcohol And Drug Detox Patients For Nearly Two Years, When Its Alcohol Treatment Program Was Not Certified By The State, Original Whistleblower Complaint Alleged

NEW YORK CITY — Cabrini Medical Center (“Cabrini”), operator of a hospital located on East 19th Street in Grammercy Park, is paying $3.4 million to settle whistleblower allegations that it illegally kicked back millions to a consulting firm that delivered alcohol and drug detoxification patients to the hospital over a 23-month period, Manhattan-based attorneys Timothy J. McInnis, Esq. and David A. Koenigsberg, Esq. announced today. McInnis, a former Assistant U.S. Attorney who prosecuted white-collar crimes, now concentrates in qui tam and other False Claims Act (“FCA”) whistleblower cases; Koenigsberg, also a former Assistant U.S. Attorney, specialized in civil FCA cases before he entered private practice.

Related filed court documents:
Cabrini News Release (PDF)
Cabrini Settlement (PDF)

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