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No FCA Claim for ‘Vague’ Billing Concerns (access required)

An ultrasound technologist’s “vague concerns” about defendant hospital’s per­formance of certain ultrasounds and bill­ing practices, which primarily related to possible underbilling, were not “protected activity” under the False Claims Act, and the hospital wins summary judgment on plaintiff’s claim that she was fired in retali­ation for her protected activity; the hospital also cited plaintiff’s history ...