Richmond man arrested for making illegal referrals
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HOUSTON – A 43-year-old health care marketer has been indicted in a conspiracy to pay and receive health care kickbacks, announced U.S. Attorney Jennifer B. Lowery. Authorities took Patrick Osemwengie, Richmond, into custody today. He is expected to make his … Read More

Medicaid expiration could put enrollees at risk
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When the coronavirus pandemic emerged in March 2020, the U.S. government issued a requirement that states could no longer kick people off Medicaid during the public health emergency. The purpose was to prevent people on Medicaid—a government-run health care policy—from … Read More

Jury Acquits Florida Eye Doctor of Healthcare Fraud
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An ophthalmologist in Florida has been acquitted of Medicare fraud charges. Dr. Lauren Rosecan was accused of healthcare fraud and submitting false statements to Medicare, the Miami Herald reports. He was acquitted on 22 counts by a jury in federal … Read More

Oklahoma getting refund in Medicaid fraud case
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Oklahoma is getting back $3.8 million in Medicaid fraud money recovered under a federal investigation into prescription drug prices, as several states begin to look more closely at how managed care administrators bill for pharmaceuticals. Attorney General John O’Connor announced … Read More

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