Medicare fraud takedown: A closer look “Five individuals were charged..., including two doctors, in New Orleans by the Baton Rouge Strike force for participating in a different $51 million home health fraud scheme.” Similarly, the government has also targeted Medicaid personal services ... 06/30/2015 - 9:19 am | View Link
Doctors, Nurses Among 243 Charged In Million-Dollar Medicare Schemes "the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services also suspended a number of providers." From the FBI's news release, here are more of the charges: Miami: Seventy-three defendants were charged with offenses relating to their participation in various fraud ... 06/19/2015 - 11:07 am | View Link
Medicare fraud takedown identifies $712 million in false billing Most defendants charged and largest alleged ... for their alleged participation in Medicare fraud schemes involving approximately $712 million in false billings. In addition, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) also suspended a number ... 06/19/2015 - 3:19 am | View Link
243 charged after nationwide health-care-fraud sweeps WASHINGTON — Health-care-fraud sweeps across the country ... owners accused of bilking Medicare and Medicaid, the government announced Thursday. The dragnet spread from Miami to Los Angeles, and Dallas to Brooklyn, N.Y. Arrests were made earlier this ... 06/18/2015 - 12:01 pm | View Link
Medicare Fraud: 243 People Charged With $712 Million In False Billings After a nationwide sweep, the government has charged 243 people for Medicare fraud, which involved $712 million in false ... including submitting claims to both Medicare and Medicaid for unnecessary treatments and medical care that was essentially not ... 06/18/2015 - 11:26 am | View Link
Queens doctors charged in multimillion-dollar Brooklyn ... Several Queens medical practitioners were among 23 people indicted in Brooklyn for allegedly scamming the Medicaid system out of nearly $7 million and offering free ... 07/3/2015 - 9:08 pm | View Website
10 Arrested For Alleged $70 Million Medicaid, Medicare ... Ten people – including three Brooklynites – were arrested and charged for their roles in an alleged $70 million scheme to defraud Medicaid and Medicare ... 07/3/2015 - 2:06 pm | View Website
Doctor, Four Chiropractors, and 10 Others Arrested in ... Doctor, Four Chiropractors, and 10 Others Arrested in Brooklyn and Long Island as Part of Nationwide Medicare Strike Force Initiative Alleged Fraudulent Billings in ... 07/3/2015 - 9:20 am | View Website
Twenty-Three Defendants – Including Nine Doctors – Charged ... FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Tuesday, March 31, 2015 . Twenty-Three Defendants – Including Nine Doctors – Charged With Enterprise Corruption in Massive $7 Million ... 07/3/2015 - 7:32 am | View Website
Ten Defendants Charged In $70 Million Scheme To Defraud ... Ten Defendants Charged In $70 Million Scheme To Defraud Medicaid And Medicare Through Medical Clinics In Brooklyn And Queens Defendants Paid Financially Disadvantaged ... 06/20/2015 - 8:19 pm | View Website
By David Gutman
The last time West Virginia had to redraw its legislative districts, it spawned five lawsuits that had to be settled by the state Supreme Court. Redrawing the state's congressional districts three years ago spurred just one lawsuit, but that one had to be settled by the U. S.
By Erin Beck
Community volunteers aiming to challenge the stigma surrounding drug addiction are planning an awareness walk to be held on state Capitol grounds next week. At the walk, to be held at 10 a.m. next Saturday, organizers with the Warriors for Hope group want attendees suffering from drug addiction and their loved ones to find hope by meeting others with similar stories.
By Jake Jarvis
The United Way of Central West Virginia is looking for teams of volunteers to help non-profits in their community for its annual Day of Caring. And although the event is still about two months away, event organizers urge potential volunteers to sign up soon. Janice Amspoker, United Way's resource and development director for central West Virginia, said volunteers will spend all day Sept.
By Rachel Molenda
If Don Wilson can find success, anyone can. That's what the 34-year-old Charleston native believes, and he walks through life spreading that gospel to others."I'm not special. I'm literally not special. If I did it, that means anybody could do it," Wilson said. He's a black man. And, Wilson said, he's a black man who grew up on Grant Street on the city's West Side.
By Rachel Molenda
If Don Wilson can find success, anyone can. That's what the 34-year-old Charleston native believes, and he walks through life spreading that gospel to others."I'm not special. I'm literally not special. If I did it that means anybody could do it," Wilson said. He's a black man. And, Wilson said, he's a black man who grew up on Grant Street on the city's West Side.