Investigators Looking into $2B Catheter Fraud Involving Medicare Patients

Seven companies allegedly operating out of Connecticut, Florida, Kentucky, New York and Texas are the target of a $2 billion Medicare fraud investigation – one of the largest in the program’s history. According to published reports, in this catheter fraud scheme, the companies were billing for urinary catheters. The National Association of ACOs (NAACOS), a…

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Home Healthcare Company Owner Sentenced to Nine Years in $2.8M Healthcare Fraud Case

The owner of a home healthcare company who was convicted last September for orchestrating a $2.8 million healthcare fraud and wire fraud conspiracy, and engaging in money laundering, aggravated identity theft, and witness tampering, has been sentenced to nine years in prison. Indian national Yogesh K. Pancholi of Michigan owned and operated Shring Home Care…

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Serial Healthcare Fraudster Sentenced to 10 Years; Wife Faces 20 Years Behind Bars in Healthcare Fraud Scheme

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A California man with a long history of healthcare fraud was sentenced to 10 years behind bars and ordered to pay millions in restitution as well as forfeit his interest in two residential properties and one business property in Los Angeles. His wife, who will be sentenced later this month. Imran Shams pleaded guilty to…

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