Man Sentenced to 56 Months for Medicare Fraud

March 28, 2019

A former account representative for a toxicology testing company has been ordered to 56 months in prison in connection with a scheme to defraud Medicare. He and his co-conspirators misappropriated patient identities and urine specimens from a medical clinic. They then sent them to a toxicology testing company without consent of the patient or doctor in order to receive commissions and collection fees from the testing company. They forged patient signatures, falsified medical records, and created fictitious documents. Read a story. Read a Department of Justice press release
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