A New York health care provider under investigation for improper Medicaid payments for long-term care services that were never provided has agreed to a $10 million settlement, state and federal prosecutors announced Wednesday.

CenterLight Healthcare admitted as part of its agreement with the offices of Attorney General Eric Schneiderman and U.S. Attorney Geoffrey Berman that on top of getting paid for services that it did’t provide, it also failed to unenroll the residents in its managed long-term care plan for which it was paid by Medicaid.

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