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Sutter Health and its affiliate Sutter Bay Hospitals will pay the federal government more than $13 million to resolve allegations that the Sacramento, California-based health system billed Medicare and other government payers for thousands of urine tests that were performed by third-party labs, reports Healthleaders Media. Federal prosecutors say that in 2016 and 2017 Sutter Health's Oakland facility contracted with Navigant Network Alliance LLC, under which Navigant referred to Sutter for analysis urine toxicology specimens collected from labs and doctors across the nation, which Sutter then billed the federal government.