This 2006 photograph shows a Medicare enrollment office in New York City. This week, a Florida-based Medicare Advantage insurer and a former executive in the company agreed to pay $32.5 million to settle a whistle blower lawsuit that alleged Freedom Health defrauded the federal government.
This 2006 photograph shows a Medicare enrollment office in New York City. This week, a Florida-based Medicare Advantage insurer and a former executive in the company agreed to pay $32.5 million to settle a whistle blower lawsuit that alleged Freedom Health defrauded the federal government. Spencer Platt Getty Images
This 2006 photograph shows a Medicare enrollment office in New York City. This week, a Florida-based Medicare Advantage insurer and a former executive in the company agreed to pay $32.5 million to settle a whistle blower lawsuit that alleged Freedom Health defrauded the federal government. Spencer Platt Getty Images

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June 01, 2017 12:39 PM

Florida Medicare Advantage insurer settles whistle-blower lawsuit for $32 million

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