A pair of Medicare Advantage Insurers will pay roughly $32 million as part of a lawsuit claiming they falsely diagnosed patients in order to bill the government for their services. The eight-year-old suit was settled last week and originated from a man named Dr. Darren Sewell. He has since passed away, bu the suit says that Medicare overpaid the insurers for fake illness treatment or conditions that patients never even had. Medicare Advantage receives higher payments for patients who are classified as “sicker”, compared to those who are in good health and are simply receiving checkups or procedures such as physicals.