Expert’s FMV Analysis Aligns With Applicable Healthcare Law

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August 22, 2017
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expert testimony
cost approach, daubert, expert testimony, admissibility, fair market value (FMV), reliability

United States ex rel. Lutz v. Berkeley Heartlab, Inc.
2017 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 135678
US
Federal Court
South Carolina
United States District Court
Kathleen McNamara (plaintiff); Exponent (defendants)
Gergel

Summary

In healthcare case centering on Anti-Kickback Statute, court finds government expert’s FMV analysis of physician services, which excludes value and volume of referrals, accords with standard applying to AKS cases and is admissible under Daubert.

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United States ex rel. Lutz v. Berkeley Heartlab, Inc.

In healthcare case centering on Anti-Kickback Statute, court finds government expert’s FMV analysis of physician services, which excludes value and volume of referrals, accords with standard applying to AKS cases and is admissible under Daubert.

Expert’s FMV Analysis Aligns With Applicable Healthcare Law

In healthcare case centering on Anti-Kickback Statute, court finds government expert’s FMV analysis of physician services, which excludes value and volume of referrals, accords with standard applying to AKS cases and is admissible under Daubert.