Doctor Pleads Guilty in Fraud Scheme
Ravi Murali pleaded guilty to one of the 12 counts he originally faced under an indictment that was issued in June. He admitted to a judge that prescribing braces without examining and calling patients not only led to unnecessary Medicare billing but that he also knew that it was deceptive and fraudulent. Murali was paid approximately $30 for each telemedicine consult he completed. Read a story from The Wisconsin State Journal.
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