Category Archives: Health Care Law

Former Employees Of Southern California Ambulance Company And Dialysis Center Plead Guilty To Medicare Fraud Charges

A former employee of a Southern California ambulance company and a former employee of a Los Angeles dialysis treatment center both pleaded guilty today to fraud charges for their roles in a fraud scheme that resulted in more than $6.6 million in fraudulent claims to Medicare.  Three other individuals charged in the case previously pleaded…
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Medical Clinics Operators Charged in Conspiracy to Divert Massive Amounts of Prescription Narcotics to the Black Market

Glendale Defense Attorney and Others Involved in Scheme Allegedly Obstructed Justice by Creating Fake Medical Records to Justify Fraudulent Prescriptions The operators of seven medical clinics were among 12 defendants taken into custody earlier this month on federal drug trafficking charges that allege they diverted at least 2 million prescription pills – including oxycodone and…
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Pharmacist Pleads Guilty to Health Care Fraud Charges for Role in $192 Million Compounded Medication Scheme; Pharmacy Marketer Also Pleads Guilty

DOJ Press Release: The Pharmacist in Charge of a Hattiesburg, Mississippi compounding pharmacy pleaded guilty today to health care fraud charges for his role in a scheme that defrauded TRICARE and private insurance companies out of at least $192 million in payments for medically unnecessary compounded medications. Acting Assistant Attorney General Kenneth A. Blanco of…
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