A hospital, a management consultant, and an individual are facing charges initiated by a whistleblower and joined by the Federal government of violating the Stark Law and Anti-Kickback Statute by allegedly offering cash in exchange for referrals for items or services covered by federal health care insurance programs.
The owner of a Southern California pharmacy is facing time in Federal custody after being convicted by a jury of engaging in a scheme to defraud Medicare of over $1.3 million.
A Northern California health care provider is facing allegations by Federal prosecutors that it violated the False Claims Act by providing false information to Medicare beneficiaries in an effort at obtaining inflated payments from the government program.
A Miami Lakes man will be spending almost four years in federal custody last week after agreeing to a plea deal on allegations that he falsely billed $2.5 million to Medicaid.
A pair of Miami men await sentencing after pleading guilty to charges of health care fraud in federal court last week after prosecutors say the duo defrauded Medicare of $8.6 million.
A Texas doctor was sentenced to 60 months in Federal custody after being found guilty of defrauding Medicare and Medicaid of $9 million in false charges.
A pair of Texas clinic workers were indicted by a federal grand jury last week on allegations that they defrauded the Department of Labor out of around $5.9 million through claims for services that were either never rendered or were intentionally miscoded.
A greater Detroit woman will spend the next 13 years in Federal custody after being convicted of orchestrating a scheme to defraud Medicare of about $8.9 million.