Regulators crack down on Citrus Health Care
The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services has ordered Citrus Health Care Inc. to suspend enrollment of and marketing to Medicare beneficiaries. The suspensions were effective Jan. 1, according to a letter from CMS to Citrus, a health management organization headquartered in Tampa, FL. The sanctions were based on Citrus' failures in two audits conducted in September, the letter said.
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