Qui tam – A provision of the Federal Civil False Claims Act that permits a nursing home employee (or any U.S. Citizen) to file a lawsuit on behalf of the U.S. government, to file a lawsuit against a nursing home or corporation that fraudulently uses a government funds. Qui tam lawsuits are sometimes referred to as whistleblower lawsuits and allow the individual share a percentage the recovery from the offending facility. Examples of qui tam lawsuits against a nursing home include charging for services never provided, charging for services for deceased people, inflating time sheets and pharmacy fraud.

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