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Kentucky Surgeon Sentenced to Prison for Felony Medicaid Fraud

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Kentucky Surgeon Sentenced to Prison for Felony Medicaid Fraud

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.

Pharmacist arrested for fraud

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Pharmacist arrested for fraud

A Winston County pharmacist has been arrested on federal healthcare fraud charges.

63-year-old Gerald Max Burleson of Haleyville is charged with health care fraud and drug mis-branding.

Officials in Rockland Question Medicaid Billings of $13 Million - New York Times

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Officials in Rockland Question Medicaid Billings of $13 Million - New York Times

Last fall, the state’s Department of Health granted a group of 12 New York counties permission, for the first time, to comb through Medicaid bills filed by doctors, pharmacists, nursing homes, hospitals and others, and look for odd patterns that might signal abuse of the system.

Businessman guilty in wheelchair fraud case - abc13.com

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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.

Probe into Medicaid - Newsday

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Albany Oncologists To Repay Medicaid $1.2 Million (NY AG Press Release)

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Albany Oncologists To Repay Medicaid $1.2 Million

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 (NY AG Press Release)

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Pharmacy Owner Receives Jail In Medicaid Fraud

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.

Unlicensed Therapist Convicted For Stealing $450,000 From Medicaid (NY AG Press Release)

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Unlicensed Therapist Convicted For Stealing $450,000 From Medicaid

UNLICENSED THERAPIST CONVICTED
FOR STEALING $450,000 FROM MEDICAID
Faces up to 3 years in State prison

Attorney General Eliot Spitzer today announced that a Brooklyn man has pleaded guilty in Albany County Court to stealing more than more than $450,000 from the Medicaid program.

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