A Hialeah patient recruiter was sentenced to over 7 years in Federal prison for allegedly referring Medicare claims by way of illegal kickbacks.
A pharmaceutical firm has agreed to pay the Federal government $17.5 million to settle allegations by prosecutors that it paid physicians to prescribe its drugs to Medicare beneficiaries.
The former owner of a Naples hospital chain has agreed to pay $3.46 million to the Federal government to settle claims that his company filed false claims to Medicare and other government health care programs.
A Michigan man will spend 7 years in Federal prison after being convicted of his alleged involvement in a plan to defraud Medicare of $8.3 million.
In an operation Federal law enforcement characterizes as the biggest of its kind, two dozen individuals were indicted last week on charges that they were involved in a scheme to defraud Medicare of over $1.7 billion.