Medicaid Fraud Cases
Medicaid fraud alleged - New York Daily News -
Medicaid fraud alleged
New York Daily News, NY - 7 hours ago
… Dept. to investigate the home and the clinic for possible Medicaid fraud. … The Medicaid fraud units of both the Health Dept. and …
Medicaid billing fraud settled - Wyoming Tribune -
Medicaid billing fraud settled
Wyoming Tribune, WY
… “Wyoming’s piece is part of a $25 million settlement to be split among the United States, 30 states and the District of Columbia.
The government charged Pediatrix improperly billed Medicaid for its services between January 1996 and December 1999.
Michael Dolinger is accused of four counts of aiding and abetting his wife in fraudulently obtaining TennCare benefits by using her card to pay for forged prescriptions for the painkiller hydrocodone and alprazolam. It’s used to treat anxiety disorders and panic attacks.
Louisville, Ky. oral surgeon Robert Michael Clear has been sentenced to three years in prison on felony Medicaid fraud charges according to Attorney General Greg Stumbo.
The Jefferson Circuit Court sentence was probated for five years on the condition that Clear pay restitution to Medicaid in the amount of $18,175.66.
Businessman guilty in wheelchair fraud case - abc13.com -
Businessman guilty in wheelchair fraud case
abc13.com, TX - 8 hours ago
… 24th for a San Antonio businessman convicted in a Medicare and Medicaid billing scheme. … He was convicted Friday on six counts of federal health care fraud. …
Six caregivers plead guilty - Rochester Democrat and Chronicle -
Six caregivers plead guilty
Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, NY - 7 hours ago
ALBANY ONCOLOGISTS TO REPAY MEDICAID $1.2 MILLION
Physicians Group Overbilled for Drugs Dispensed to Patients
Attorney General Eliot Spitzer today announced that a group of upstate physicians and their management company have paid the State of New York more than $1.2 million to settle a lawsuit that the group improperly billed Medicaid for physician-administered drugs.
PHARMACY OWNER RECEIVES JAIL IN MEDICAID FRAUD
Will pay $1.1 Million to Resolve Civil and Criminal Liability
Attorney General Eliot Spitzer announced today that a Central Valley pharmacy owner was sentenced to jail for stealing $257,000 from the Medicaid program.