North Carolina dentist agrees to nearly $730,000 settlement with state over Medicaid fraud

RALEIGH — A Mebane dentist has agreed to pay nearly $730,000 to the state in a Medicaid fraud case, N.C. Attorney General Josh Stein said in a news release.

The settlement against Zhanying Guo and her dental practice, Complete Dental Care of Mebane, alleges the practice submitted fraudulent claims to the state’s Medicaid program between 2013 and 2018, Stein’s office said Thursday in a news release.

According to the allegations, claims submitted to Medicaid were not medically necessary, had no supporting clinical documentation, were not performed, or were performed in violation of Medicaid policy.

Guo and her practice agreed to pay $728,450 in damages and penalties, according to the release.

Source: Mebane dentist agrees to nearly $730,000 settlement with state over Medicaid fraud / News & Record

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