The SCOV gives summary-judgment decisions a complete review. If there are no material factual disputes and the law is on a party’s side, then that party wins.
A Michigan drug-testing company will pay Vermont $73,500 to settle claims that it over-billed Medicaid for its services, the Attorney General’s Office said Thursday. A state investigation found five categories of billing errors that led to Medicaid overpayments to Physicians Toxicology LLC, the AG said in a news release. The company, which performed laboratory urinalysis […]
A Milton couple were convicted of false pretenses this week for submitting false timesheets to obtain Medicaid payments, the Attorney General’s Office said in a news release. Clayton LaFond, 61, and Kim LaFond, 54, of Milton were found guilty of two misdemeanor counts of false pretenses in Windsor Superior Court. The couple were caring for […]
Biologists for the Vermont Department of Fish and Wildlife say the discovery of a new invasive species in Lake Champlain is unlikely to have a major impact. Scientists say the spiny water flea, a tiny crustacean, caused only minor concerns when it arrived in the Great Lakes. The department said in a news release that […]
The federal agency of Health and Human Services announced Friday that Vermont’s federally qualified health centers will receive $2.1 million in Affordable Care Act money. The money will allow 10 health centers across Vermont to hire 47 new staff, including direct care providers, extend hours and expand services, according to a news release from the […]