(St. Paul, MN) — The Minnesota Attorney General’s Office brought charges Wednesday against a man alleged to have defrauded the state medical assistance program out of more than 260-thousand dollars. State Attorney General Lori Swanson said Abdi Ali Gure of Bloomington submitted false claims for care he hadn’t received or from a provider not approved by the state. Gure faces seven counts of theft by false representation for billing the Department of Human Services for personal care assistance services that weren’t delivered between 2013 and 2015. According to the complaint, Gure is the owner of Diversified Home Care, a provider that is “enrolled in the Medicaid program as a Personal Care Provider Organization.” Investigators with the office’s Medicaid Fraud Control Unit, said Gure submitted false claims to the state and ran various schemes through the organization.
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