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Florida Businessman Sentenced in Health Care Fraud Scheme

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Florida Businessman Sentenced in Health Care Fraud Scheme - Leonardo Pita, the owner of a durable medical equipment company based in Miami-Dade County, Florida, was sentenced to 42 months in prison, followed by three years of supervised release, and ordered to pay over $519,000 in restitution following his convictions for Medicare fraud and money laundering. [Google Reader]

Alabama Couple to Plead Guilty to Medicare Fraud

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Alabama Couple to Plead Guilty to Medicare Fraud - William Lloyd King, Jr. and Marie Weller King, both of Birmingham, Alabama, have each agreed to plead guilty to their involvement in a Medicare fraud scheme.

Local doctor indicted on drug, fraud charges - Norman Transcript

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Local doctor indicted on drug, fraud charges
Norman Transcript, OK - 8 hours ago
The indictment alleges Phung illegally billed the Medicaid program, through the Oklahoma Health Care Authority, for the evaluation and management of

Fact Sheet: Department of Justice Efforts to Combat Health Care ... - PR Newswire (press release)

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Fact Sheet: Department of Justice Efforts to Combat Health Care
PR Newswire (press release), NY - 22 hours ago
Federal and state agents included personnel from HHS-OIG, the FBI, City of Hialeah Police Department, and the Florida Medicaid Fraud Control Unit.

Missouri AG Nixon Recovers $462926 In Ongoing Medicaid Fraud

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Attorney General’s News Release

August 7, 2007
Nixon recovers $462,926 in ongoing Medicaid fraud investigation in Dekalb County

Jefferson City, Mo. — Attorney General Jay Nixon announced today that the Missouri Medicaid program will be receiving $462,926 from a pharmacy in DeKalb County that is under investigation for Medicaid fraud. Nixon said the Medicaid Fraud Control Unit in his office has recovered the money from the Randolph Drug Store in Maysville.

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