September 7, 2017 / 10:50 PM / 10 months ago

Connecticut opioid treatment provider settles U.S., state probe

A Connecticut substance abuse clinic operator and its former chief executive have agreed to pay $627,000 to resolve a probe into whether the nonprofit falsely claimed it had a medical director to administer treatments related to opioid addiction.

The settlement with Hartford Dispensary, which operates various outpatient treatments programs through its nine clinics, and ex-CEO Paul McLaughlin was announced on Thursday by federal and state authorities in Connecticut.

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