A former medical-practice administrator will collect more than $1 million in whistleblower fees after helping the government recover almost $3.8 million in billings to Medicare and Medicaid.

The Resurgens Surgery Center, an orthopedic outpatient surgical clinic on the campus of St. Joseph’s Hospital of Atlanta, agreed on May 16 to repay the federal government $2.5 million in Medicare and Medicaid fees it collected.

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