Doctors charged in B’klyn Federal Court For Medicare/Medicaid fraud scheme File photo Brooklyn Daily Eagle Four individuals, including two doctors, have been charged for their alleged participation in two separate schemes that falsely billed the Medicare and Medicaid programs ... Criminal Division’s Fraud Section. 05/15/2013 - 1:00 am | View Link
Ting Huan Tai, Charged With $30 Million In Medicare, Medicaid Fraud, Had Lamborghini, Other Gains BROOKLYN ... fraud scam from his upscale Manhattan apartment was released on a $2 million bond Thursday, days after a seizure warrant was issued for his blue Lamborghini and millions of dollars in bank assets. Federal prosecutors accuse Ting Huan Tai ... 08/31/2012 - 1:50 am | View Link
Job creators charged with Medicaid fraud No. 2: Another couple -- Hany Mekhael, 41 and Jackline Farag, 37 -- owns four properties on Staten Island and a physical therapy business in Brooklyn, real estate assets valued at more than $2.1 million, but they fraudulently received $36,600 in Medicaid ... 10/27/2011 - 4:30 pm | View Link
Brooklyn Park couple charged with Medicaid fraud face 60 years in prison A Brooklyn Park couple is to appear in Hennepin County court ... Minnesota Department of Human Services Ccommissioner Lucinda Jesson said estimates for the amount of Medicaid fraud vary widely. "You see everything from it's 3 to 4 percent of health care ... 04/11/2011 - 11:14 pm | View Link
Brooklyn Couple Charged In Medicaid Fraud Scheme A Brooklyn couple is being accused of stealing from the Medicaid program, even though they allegedly run a multi-million dollar real estate business. A grand jury indicted Praim and Thackordai Singh on charges of Welfare fraud and grand larceny ... 09/15/2010 - 8:14 am | View Link
NYC Pharmacy And Clinic-Based Criminal Enterprise Charged ... NYC Pharmacy And Clinic-Based Criminal Enterprise Charged With $16 Million Theft And Fraud Perpetrated On Medicaid 10/22/2014 - 6:00 am | View Website
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Westchester Medical Transport Company Owner Arrested On ... Westchester Medical Transport Company Owner Arrested On Felony Theft Charges In Medicaid Fraud 10/21/2014 - 5:50 pm | View Website
Medicare fraud In the United States, Medicare fraud is the collection of Medicare health care reimbursement under false pretenses. There are many different types of Medicare fraud ... 10/21/2014 - 5:32 am | View Website
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Macie Holmes scored three goals to lead Mekeel Christian Academy to a 4-1 win over Doane Stuart in a Class D girls’ soccer quarterfinal Saturday. Elizabeth Singleton also scored for the Lady Lions, who picked up the first postseason win in program history.
By Stephen Williams
The village engineer says more intersections on Route 50 in Ballston Spa need to be included in a traffic study as the town of Ballston reviews plans for a Wal-Mart store.
By Ken Schott
Even though Union won its first five games this season, the defending NCAA champions knew that they were escaping some bad play. But on Saturday night against St. Cloud State, the Dutchmen’s luck finally ran out in the final contest of their two-game series. The second-ranked Dutchmen played one of their worst games in a long time, and saw three streaks end in their 3-2 loss to the No.
By Bill Palmer
Mike Fraioli is making the most of the only postseason tournament of his scholastic career. The Scotia-Glenville senior had a goal and was a big factor in winning possession throughout the game as the Tartans beat Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake, 3-0, Saturday in the quarterfinal round of the Section II boys’ soccer tournament.
By Jeff Wilkin
Colleges rarely must raise their versions of defense readiness. As local colleges approach the halfway point of the fall semester, officers in charge of campus security departments say they generally receive complaints and calls that are far less alarming.