The nation’s largest nursing home drug provider, Omnicare, which paid nearly $10 million two years ago to settle a whistleblower lawsuit has now been met with a new suit alleging that it wrongfully received millions of dollars annually from Medicare, Medicaid, CHAMPUS and other government health insurance programs. The new complaint came from whistleblower Peter Ordeanu who worked as a pharmacist for Omnicare predecessors Procare and Enloe from 2006-2011. He alleges that Imnicare regularly inflated the amount of money billed for dispensing drugs with a National Drug Code number on the label that was different from the drug dispensed. In one instance for example the company charged over $1,000 for Vancomycin in oral liquid form which cost the company $4.00. The government is seeking treble damages.