The New York Court of Appeals recently ruled in Koch v. Sheehan that in cases where a doctor has reached a settlement with the New York State Office of Professional Medical Conduct, the Office of the Medicaid Inspector can remove the doctor from the Medicaid program without conducting an independent investigation, even if the settlement does not call for suspension or revocation of the medical license.
N.Y. physicians fear ripple effect of health law
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