Dr. John R. Dylewski, former medical director of the L. Austin Weeks Center for Cardiac Electrophysiology at South Miami Hospital, denied allegations raised in a whistle blower lawsuit that he performed medically unnecessary and costly procedures on thousands of patients at South Miami Hospital. Dylewski, who is on leave of absence from the hospital, is in settlement negotiations. South Miami Hospital paid $12 million to settle federal healthcare fraud charges but admitted no wrongdoing.
Dr. John R. Dylewski, former medical director of the L. Austin Weeks Center for Cardiac Electrophysiology at South Miami Hospital, denied allegations raised in a whistle blower lawsuit that he performed medically unnecessary and costly procedures on thousands of patients at South Miami Hospital. Dylewski, who is on leave of absence from the hospital, is in settlement negotiations. South Miami Hospital paid $12 million to settle federal healthcare fraud charges but admitted no wrongdoing.
Dr. John R. Dylewski, former medical director of the L. Austin Weeks Center for Cardiac Electrophysiology at South Miami Hospital, denied allegations raised in a whistle blower lawsuit that he performed medically unnecessary and costly procedures on thousands of patients at South Miami Hospital. Dylewski, who is on leave of absence from the hospital, is in settlement negotiations. South Miami Hospital paid $12 million to settle federal healthcare fraud charges but admitted no wrongdoing.

South Miami Hospital heart doctor denies fraud charges

December 12, 2016 06:57 PM

UPDATED December 12, 2016 07:21 PM

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