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Medicaid fraud alleged - New York Daily News

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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

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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.

Mississippi AG announces two Medicaid fraud arrests - Biloxi Sun Herald

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Mississippi AG announces two Medicaid fraud arrests - Biloxi Sun Herald
JACKSON - Mississippi Attorney General Jim Hood has announced one arrest and one guilty plea stemming from investigations by his office’s Medicaid fraud unit.

What's a Little Medicare Fraud Between Friends? (newtimesbpb.com)

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Here’s an interesting article I ran across about a politician who may have some connections to Medicare fraud. I don’t have inside information on this one, but I thought people would find it interesting.

newtimesbpb.com | News | What’s a Little Medicare Fraud Between Friends?

Coconut Creek Commissioner Jim Waldman is running for the state House in a district dominated by senior voters.

Blount County couple arrested for TennCare fraud (WATE Channel 6)

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Blount County couple arrested for TennCare fraud

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.

Lafayette Doctor Indicted on 94 Counts of Healthcare Fraud

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Lafayette Doctor Indicted on 94 Counts of Healthcare Fraud

A Lafayette doctor is at the center of a major federal investigation.

Cardiologist Mehmood Patel has been indicted on 94 counts of healthcare fraud involving 94 different patients.

The indictment alleges Dr. Mehmood Patel performed unnecessary heart procedures at Our Lady of Lourdes and Lafayette General.

Lawsuit alleges Medtronic bribed doctors - Duluth News Tribune

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Duluth News Tribune | 01/25/2006 | Lawsuit alleges Medtronic bribed doctors

BY CHRIS WILLIAMS
ASSOCIATED PRESS

MINNEAPOLIS - A whistleblower lawsuit alleges medical device maker Medtronic Inc. improperly paid millions of dollars to more than a dozen doctors around the United States, prompting them to perform unnecessary spinal surgeries and otherwise affecting their judgment.

FORMER NORTH JERSEY CHIROPRACTOR SENTENCED FOR TREATING PATIENTS WITHOUT A LICENSE & BILLING INSURANCE COMPANIES NEARLY $100,000

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FORMER NORTH JERSEY CHIROPRACTOR SENTENCED FOR TREATING PATIENTS WITHOUT A LICENSE & BILLING INSURANCE COMPANIES NEARLY $100,000 FOR ILLEGAL TREATMENTS

TRENTON - Division of Criminal Justice Director Vaughn L. McKoy announced that a former North Jersey chiropractor was sentenced for practicing chiroprac

Therapist and Wife Sentenced for Fraud - Los Angeles Times

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Therapist and Wife Sentenced for Fraud - Los Angeles Times

A therapist who ran a group home for the mentally ill was sentenced in Wichita to 30 years in prison for enslaving its residents, forcing them to work naked and making them perform sex acts. His wife received seven years behind bars.

Local Doctor Convicted On Healthcare Fraud Charges (NewsNet5.com)

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CLEVELAND — A doctor was convicted of health care fraud and other charges for prescribing painkillers that prosecutors say resulted in the deaths of two patients under his care.

Dr. Jorge Martinez contends his clinics in Parma and Boardman in northeast Ohio offered people relief from chronic pain.

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