Kirkbride Center owner pays $160,000 fine to settle improper opioid tracking allegations

CoreCare Behavioral Health Management Inc., parent company for West Philadelphia psychiatric health care provide The Kirkbride Center, has agreed to pay the United States government $160,200 in penalties to resolve allegations that it failed properly to account for highly addictive and frequently abused opioids, including methadone.

The Kirkbride Center has also agreed to implement new practices and procedures to ensure accountability of its controlled substances. Those measures include the purchase…

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