The Justice Department has brought criminal charges against nearly 140 people for alleged healthcare fraud that resulted in an estimated $1.4 billion in losses
Allegations from the Justice Department involve claims related to opioids, telemedicine practices and Covid-19.
Updated Sept. 17, 2021 5:16 pm ETThe Justice Department has brought criminal charges against nearly 140 people, including medical professionals, for alleged healthcare fraud schemes that resulted in an estimated $1.4 billion in losses.Around $1.1 billion of the
, with more than 43 criminal defendants in 11 judicial districts allegedly submitting false and fraudulent claims for remote health visits. Read more: The Wall Street Journal »
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This is a regular sweep...a crime that has minimal chance of being prosecuted. The crackdown here is probably a result of the criminals getting too sloppy and brazen. This is why we cannot have nice things. good
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Murdaugh surrenders to face charges in $10M insurance fraudNEW: Lawyer Alex Murdaugh surrendered to face insurance fraud and other charges after state police said he arranged to have himself shot in the head so that his son would get a $10 million life insurance payout. The shooter only grazed him.
Alex Murdaugh turns himself in on charges connected to insurance fraud schemeAlex Murdaugh, the South Carolina lawyer whose wife and son were killed in June, turns himself in on charges related to insurance fraud NotJackKemp Satterfield's two sons filed a lawsuit Wednesday saying they haven't seen any of the $5,00,000 wrongful death settlement that Murdaugh had friends arrange . Hahaha
Murdaugh surrenders to face charges in $10M insurance fraudA South Carolina lawyer surrendered to face charges in a failed plot to arrange his own death. Police say Alex Murdaugh wanted his son to collect a $10 million life insurance policy. The killings of his wife and another son in June remain unsolved. Hmm...And the bodies keep piling up This is going to be one wild mini series or movie.