Indictment Issued in $10 Million Telehealth Scheme

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Elemer Raffai has been charged for an alleged $10 million health care fraud scheme involving the submission of false and fraudulent claims to Medicare and Medicare Part D plans. According to court documents, he allegedly signed prescriptions and order forms via purported telemedicine services for durable medical equipment that were not medically necessary. Read a story  from Healthcare IT News and a Department of Justice press release.




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