Greenway Health to pay $57M to settle claims it falsified EHR certification

Tampa, Florida-based electronic health record (EHR) company Greenway Health has agreed to pay $57.25 million to resolve claims it falsely obtained EHR certification and incentivized clients in exchange for promoting or recommending its product to prospective new customers. The settlement, announced by the Department of Justice Wednesday, marks the second time federal prosecutors have pursued legal action against an EHR vendor for falsifying Meaningful Use certification. In May 2017, Massachusetts-based eClinicalWorks agreed to pay $155 million to settle allegations that it violated the False Claims Act by falsely claiming its software met Meaningful Use requirements.

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