A former executive at a Chicago health care company was sentenced last week to a year in federal prison—the latest development in a Medicare fraud scheme involving doctored electronic medical records that also brought down the company’s in-house lawyer and a former owner.

The case illustrates the increasing scrutiny prosecutors are placing on electronic records and on “peripheral” participants in fraud schemes, health care practice lawyers said.

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