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  • v. Present participle of overbill.

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Examples

  • True, from a client's perspective, there may be some "overbilling" going on from time to time -- that is, taking too much time to accomplish a task -- but a lot of the SmartBiz article concerns outright fraud.

    For the Defense

  • True, from a client's perspective, there may be some "overbilling" going on from time to time--that is, taking too much time to accomplish a task--but a lot of the SmartBiz article concerns outright fraud.

    For the Defense

  • New York City agreed to pay $70 million to settle a Justice Department lawsuit that accused the city's personal-care services program of overbilling Medicaid for millions of dollars in reimbursements.

    $70 Million Medicaid Settlement

  • Tenet accuses Community Health in a recent federal lawsuit of overbilling Medicare by improperly admitting emergency-room patients who should have been observed on outpatient basis.

    Tenet Rejects Latest Community Health Bid

  • Yes .. a group founded by Rick Scott who founded the Columbia Hospital Corporation in 1987, but was ousted by the company's board of directors in 1997 in the midst of the nation's biggest health care fraud scandal involving the overbilling of Medicare, Medicaid and military health care programs for hundreds of millions of dollars.

    New six-figure CPR ad buy targets 14 senators

  • In a December 2004 consent decree, AT & T paid $500,000 and agreed to policies to prevent future overbilling, but it didn't admit wrongdoing.

    Justices Appear Skeptical in AT

  • The case concerns AT & T's effort to block public disclosure of emails and other potentially embarrassing documents in Federal Communications Commission files on the telecommunications giant's alleged overbilling of the New London, Conn., public schools.

    Justices Appear Skeptical in AT

  • On Monday, Tenet went on the offensive by accusing Community Health of overbilling Medicare and likely other insurers for "hundreds of millions—if not billions—of dollars for unnecessary hospital admissions," the company said in the lawsuit, filed in U.S. District Court in Dallas.

    Tenet Files Suit in Takeover Fight

  • There was a surge of interest in bearish puts to sell both hospital companies' stock after Tenet on Monday accused Community Health of overbilling Medicare, a new defense in Tenet's effort to fend off a hostile takeover by its rival hospital operator.

    Tenet Suit Against Community Health Draws Bears

  • Civilian contractors in Iraq have been under investigation for years for overbilling, underperforming, and all manner of mis-, mal- and non-feasance.

    Hanging with the Justices at the SOTU Mixer

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