A medical diagnostic company that allegedly billed Medicare and Medicaid for unnecessary procedures and paid doctors kickbacks agreed to settle three False Claims Act suits for a combined $15.5 million.

The settlement unsealed Tuesday, between Diagnostic Imaging Group (DIG) and federal prosecutors in New York and New Jersey, includes $13.67 million to the federal government and $2.78 million to three whistleblowers.

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