Viceroy present further evidence of MiMedx illegally selling on reimbursement, adding our already extensive evidence of pervasive fraud.
Viceroy has obtained documents detailing a legal dispute between MiMedx and Mad River Community Hospital (“Mad River”). The documents clearly outline MiMedx’s fraudulent sales methods including misrepresenting reimbursement rates for products and “marketing the spread”.
This report details the serious misconduct and underhanded sales tactics of MiMedx personnel in California, which executive management were certainly aware of given the ensuing litigation. As we have demonstrated over 20+ reports, these types of improprieties are commonplace throughout the organization. Never before have our legal advisors or consultants come across such gross and serious misconduct.
The Mad River documents also show MiMedx engaged in “selling on reimbursement”, contrary to a several laws and regulations and some alleged MiMedx policies.
- MiMedx sued Mad River for non-payment of invoices for EpiFix and AmnioFix products. Unfortunately for MiMedx this is where the story becomes compelling for law enforcement and regulators.
- MiMedx misrepresented to Mad River the reimbursement rates for its EpiFix and AmnioFix products, as well as misrepresenting insurer’s attitudes towards these products. Several insurers considered MiMedx products “experimental and un-reimbursable”.
- Following Mad River’s failure to pay, MiMedx sent “reimbursement” specialists to Mad River who upheld that MiMedx’s represented reimbursement rates were correct. Mad River believes that this was simply a manner of continuing the ruse while raising further invoices.
The Mad River filings portray (we believe accurately) MiMedx as third-rate con-artists.
Contrary to Parker H. Petite’s rhetoric of ‘Good Business Acumen’ and persistent denials of “marketing the spread”, this report will unlawful practices that MiMedx, including “marketing the spread”. This is the very tip of the iceberg as law enforcement and regulators have been made aware of.
It is Viceroy’s intention to continue the dialogue with MiMedx’s auditors and regulators to bring about the prosecution of Parker H. Petit.
In the wake of mounting evidence of fraud, illegal revenue recognition systems, retaliation against whistleblowers and concealing evidence from investors, we immediately call for Parker H. Petit’s resignation.