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Maxim Agrees on $150M Settlement for Health Care Fraud—9/12/11

The DOJ has announced that Maxim Healthcare Services Inc., a company that provides in-home health and nursing services, will pay civil and criminal fines of $150 million. The company admitted to defrauding Medicaid and the Department of Veterans Affairs for $61 million. Maxim agreed to pay approximately $70 million to the federal government, approximately $60 million to 42 states, and $20 million in criminal penalties.

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