Amici Brief: AHA, CHAUSA say no to extrapolation in FCA cases

The AHA and Catholic Health Association of the United States today urged the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 4th Circuit to affirm a lower court ruling that relators seeking damages and penalties under the False Claims Act cannot use statistical sampling to prove a case challenging the exercise of medical judgment by a physician.

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