Former Health Care Exec Pleads Guilty
A former health care executive in Texas has admitted to playing a role in an alleged $60 million Medicare fraud scheme that included disturbing practices such as overdosing hospice patients to “hasten their deaths” and maximize company profits. She could face up to 10 years in prison. To read this story, which is from HuffPost, click here.
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