DALLAS (AP) — A federal indictment charges 16 people affiliated with a North Texas hospice of rigging patient care and record-keeping, including administering drug overdoses, fraudulently reaping $60 million in Medicare payments. - From The Eagle
Posted: Tuesday, February 28, 2017 5:28 pm | Updated: 5:51 pm, Tue Feb 28, 2017.
16 with a North Texas hospice accused of $60M Medicare fraud Associated Press | 0 comments DALLAS (AP) — A federal indictment charges 16 people affiliated with a North Texas hospice of rigging patient care and record-keeping, including administering drug overdoses, fraudulently reaping $60 million in Medicare payments.
The indictment alleges the 16 affiliated with Novus Health Services in Frisco, Texas, falsely certified as terminal patients who didn't have terminal illnesses, qualifying them for continuous care whether the patient needed it or not.
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