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May 9, 2013 The University of Chicago Medicine maintained its “A” grade in hospital safety, according to the latest survey of more than 2,500 U.S. hospitals.
SPRINGFIELD, MO—David M. Ketchmark, Acting United States Attorney for the Western District of Missouri, announced that the former public administrator of Jasper County, Missouri pleaded guilty in federal court today to document fraud, which was part of a scheme in which she illegally obtained federal benefits for her wards.
LUBBOCK, TX—Licensed Professional Counselor Margie E. Hollingsworth, of Lubbock, Texas, was sentenced today by U.S.
NEW ORLEANS—Dr. Jack Voight, age 81, of Metairie, Louisiana pleaded guilty yesterday before U.S.
In San Antonio today, federal and state authorities arrested 38–year-old Andey Gray, of San Antonio, owner of Crown Consulting and Billing, as well as 54–year-old Michael Farris and 47–year-old Sherry Trouten, of Castroville, Texas, directors of Tejas Ambulance, Inc. (Tejas) in connection with an estimated $2.5 million fraudulent Medicare and Medicaid billing scheme, announced United States Attorney Robert Pitman, FBI San Antonio Division Special Agent in Charge, Armando Fernandez, HHS-OIG Dallas Regional Office Special Agent in Charge Mike Fields, and Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott.
NORFOLK, VA—Janice W. Holland, 42, of Suffolk, Virginia, pleaded guilty today in Norfolk federal court to health care fraud, alteration of records, and aggravated identity theft.
COLUMBUS—Yasin M. Warsame, 45, of Westerville, and Amir Abdi Ahmed, 47, of Columbus, pleaded guilty in U.S.
WASHINGTON—Jacob Rafi, 54, the owner and president of DC Medical Supply Inc., and his wife, Rena Rafi, 49, the company’s managing director, have pled guilty to health care fraud in connection with the firm’s fraudulent billing practices. The guilty plea, which took place August 3, 2012, in the U.S.
By Jayette Bolinski | Illinois Statehouse News SPRINGFIELD — Gov. Pat Quinn signed off on cuts to the state’s Medicaid program this week, and the House investigation into state Rep.
By Jayette Bolinski | Illinois Statehouse News SPRINGFIELD — Illinois and federal authorities are seeking millions of dollars from a Chicago -area company that allegedly filed nearly 60,000 false Medicaid claims since late 2004. Authorities say Universal Transportation II LLC , which does business as Med Star Medicar , is liable for $6.7 million, which includes the loss from the false claims, as well as damages and penalties.