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AngioDynamics to Pay $12.5 Million Over False Claims Allegations
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Devicemaker AngioDynamics agreed to pay the U.S. government $12.5 million to resolve false claims allegations for two of its medical devices, the LC Bead and the Perforator Vein Ablation Kit.
The Department of Justice alleged that the company caused healthcare providers to submit false claims to Medicare, Medicaid and other federal healthcare programs for the two devices.
The New York-based company will pay $11.5 million to resolve allegations that it caused false claims to be submitted to government healthcare programs for procedures involving an unapproved drug-delivery device that was marketed with false and misleading promotional claims.