The Alaska whistleblower law, the Alaska Medical Assistance False Claim and Reporting Act, formerly allowed whistleblowers to file qui tam lawsuits against those who defrauded the state Medicaid program. The qui tam provisions were repealed on July 1, 2019.
The Alaska Medical Assistance False Claim and Reporting Act formerly imposed liability on persons who, among other violations, knowingly submitted false or fraudulent claims for payment to the state Medicaid program or deceptively concealed or avoided an obligation to pay money to the state Medicaid program. The qui tam provisions were repealed pursuant to a sunset provision for those sections of the Act authorizing qui tam actions, see 2016 Alaska Sess. Laws ch. 25, § 51, effective July 1, 2019.
The text of the law as it existed before the repeal can be viewed here.