A Washington, D.C. man is facing Federal fraud charges on allegations that he submitted false information to a bank in an effort at fraudulently obtaining Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loan.
A Georgia-based healthcare firm has agreed to pay the government $122 million to settle claims that it billed Medicare, Medicaide, and TRICARE for unnecessary treatments and allegedly paying illegal financial inducements to beneficiaries of those programs.
A Broward County man is facing Federal fraud charges after investigators say he used Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loans to enable an attempt to defraud Medicare.
An Oklahoma orthopedic hospital and several related individuals and entities have agreed to pay the Federal and state governments $72.3 million to settle claims that it defrauded Medicare, Medicaid, and TRICARE while violating the False Claims Act by allegedly paying illicit kickbacks.
The former chief executive officer of a Tennessee pain management firm will spend three-and-a-half years in Federal prison on a conviction for his alleged involvement in an illegal kickback conspiracy that defrauded Medicare of around $4 million.
Federal authorities have charged a St. Petersburg man and his three sons with fraud over allegations that the men sold a "miracle cure" for COVID-19 that was little more than a bleach mixture.
Two Guamanians were sentenced to Federal custody last week after pleading guilty to involvement in a scheme to launder money and defraud Medicare and TRICARE of about $10.8 million.