False Claims Act suit against manufacturers of bone growth stimulators unsealed

May 18, 2009  |  Press Releases

A False Claims Act suit filed against DJO Incorporated, the maker of medical devices to promote musculoskeletal and vascular health and pain management, has been unsealed. The whistleblower suit originally was filed in 2005 in federal court in Massachusetts. The case was brought against DJO and other primary makers of bone growth stimulators. The complaint appears to be targeted at conduct from 1995 to 2009 concerning false claims for reimbursement for the sale, as opposed to the rental, of bone growth stimulators.

For the full story, go to DJO Incorporated’s Press Release.

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