Conviction in Largest Health Care Fraud Ever Charged by DOJ, Involving $1.3 Billion in Fraudulent Claims
A federal jury has found a South Florida health care facility owner guilty for his role in the largest health care fraud ever charged by the Department of Justice.
A federal jury has found a South Florida health care facility owner guilty for his role in the largest health care fraud ever charged by the Justice Department, involving over $1.3 billion in fraudulent claims to Medicare and Medicaid for services that were not provided, were not medically necessary, or were procured through the payment of kickbacks.
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