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Ambulance Company Settles Allegations of Billing Medicare for Unnecessary, Non-Emergency Ambulance Transportation

Fairview Heights, Ill. – HealthOne Critical Care Transport Service, Inc. d/b/a MedicOne Medical Response (“MedicOne”) of Marion, Illinois, has agreed to pay $302,124.37 in a civil settlement agreement resolving allegations the company improperly billed Medicare for scheduled, non- emergency ambulance transportation. The government alleges MedicOne’s former location in Mount Vernon, Illinois, routinely billed Medicare for non-emergency ambulance transports to regularly scheduled dialysis treatments when the services did not meet Medicare requirements. MedicOne typically picked up patients at their residences or nursing homes and transported the patients to and from dialysis treatment three times per week, sometimes for years. The government alleges many of MedicOne’s non-emergency ambulance transports did

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