Former pharmacist Ravi Morisetty has been sentenced to two years in federal prison for his involvement in a health-care kickback scheme that defrauded the military’s insurance program out of more than $100 million, The Dallas Morning News reported.
The 44-year-old from Irving must also pay $7 million in restitution. Morisetty is the first defendant in the Trilogy Pharmacy case to be sentenced, after pleading guilty last year.
Jeffrey Fuller and Andrew Baumiller, owners of the pharmacy, also pleaded guilty and await sentencing. Ten more marketers and doctors are defendants in that case.