May 8, 2013
Clinic Owners Sentenced for Roles in $13.3 Million Medicare Fraud Scheme
Miami residents Raymond Arias, 42, and his wife, Emelitza Arias, 25, have been sentenced in Detroit to 100 months and 12 months in prison, respectively, for their participation in a $13.3 million Medicare fraud scheme.
May 3, 2013
Leader of $29.1 Million Medicare Fraud Scheme Pleads Guilty in Detroit
The mastermind of a $29.1 million Medicare fraud scheme involving approximately 30 purported medical clinics pleaded guilty today in Detroit for his role in the scheme.
April, 24, 2013
Detroit Home Health Company Employee Pleads Guilty for Role in Medicare Fraud Scheme
An employee of Detroit medical service companies that fabricated patient visit notes and other documents as part of a $24 million home health care fraud scheme pleaded guilty today for her role in the conspiracy.
April 17, 2013
Detroit-Area Home Health Agency Office Manager Convicted In $5.8 Million Medicare Fraud Scheme
Nabila Mahbub was convicted for conspiracy to commit health care fraud. Nineteen other associated persons were previously convicted.
March 22, 2013
Registered Nurse Pleads Guilty in Connection with Detroit Medicare Fraud
Beverly Cooper pleaded guilty for her role in a $24 million home health care fraud conspiracy.
March 20, 2013
Forty-four individuals indicted in health care fraud And drug distribution scheme
Seven Doctors, Four Pharmacists, Three Home Health Agency Owners Among Those Indicted.
March 19, 2013
Thirteen Individuals Indicted in Health Care Fraud and Drug Distribution Scheme
13 new defendants and new charges added to a 2011 indictment, which charged Babubhai ‘Bob” Patel with overseeing a massive health care fraud and drug distribution ring.
January 15, 2013
Podiatrist Sentenced to 55 Months in Prison in Connection with $1.6 Million Medical Billing Fraud Scheme
Richard Alan Behnan, D.P.M., was also ordered to pay $1,427,133.12 million in restitution to Medicare and $196,956.54 to Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan, jointly and severally with his podiatric assistant and co-defendant, Kelly Morel.
January 8, 2013
Detroit Doctor Pleads Guilty in Connection with Medicare Psychotherapy Fraud Scheme
Court documents allege that Dr. Alphonso Berry and his co-conspirators submitted more than 116,000 psychotherapy claims in his name, amounting to more than $8.2 million.