Pennsylvania's St. Mary's Medical Center Pays $3.3M to Settle Improper Billing Claims

St. Mary's Medical Center  in Langhorne, Pa., has agreed to pay the United States $3.28 million to resolve claims the hospital improperly billed Medicare for inpatient admissions between Oct. 2001 and Sept. 2007, according to a news release by the United States Attorney for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania.

The hospital voluntarily reported its improper billing to the government.

Read the release on St. Mary's Medical Center (pdf).

Read more coverage on improper billing settlements:

- Justice Department Accuses Mayo Clinic of Falsely Billing Medicare

Ohio's Forum Health to Pay Nearly $2.9M for Overbilling Medicare

Pennsylvania's Mercy Health to Pay $7.9M for Overbilling Medicare

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