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Medical practice pays $3.3M for alleged unnecessary tests (access required)

A Virginia-based pain management practice will pay $3.29 million to settle allegations that it overcharged the federal government and billed it for medically unnecessary tests. The case was brought by former Physical Medicine Associates LTD employee Michelle O’Connor, a physician assistant who said PMA and its practice management company National Spine and Pain Centers LLC violated ...