A Texas man was indicted last week on allegations by Federal prosecutors that he used the Darknet and Bitcoin to illegally sell fentanyl to buyers around the world.
A South Texas woman was convicted late last month for allegedly participating in a conspiracy to defraud Medicare that investigators say cost the government about $11 million over the course of three years.
An octet of Texas pharmacy proprietors and promoters were indicted last week on charges of submitting over $92 million in claims to TRICARE and the United States Department of Labor obtained by paying out approximately $9.1 million in illicit kickbacks.
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 Federal jury found three Houston individuals guilty of committing $17 million in Medicare fraud last week at the conclusion of a six-day trial.
A handful of ambulance companies in Texas and California have agreed to pay to the Federal government a total in $21 million to settle allegations that they conspired to run a kickback scheme to obtain referrals for services billable to Medicare and Medicaid across four states.
A Texas rehabilitation services company has agreed to pay federal regulators $6.1 million to settle allegations that the firm violated federal laws by paying kickbacks for Medicare referrals.