The U.S. Department of Justice’s efforts to enforce the False Claims Act in the health care industry have shifted from hospitals and brick-and-mortar medical practices to bogus reimbursement claims in telehealth, corporate lawyers said this week.

The FCA allows the DOJ, as well as private plaintiffs, to sue individuals, companies or other entities that may have defrauded the government.

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