Beneficiaries were allegedly called and pressured to try expensive medications.
She never spoke to many patients for whom she signed prefilled orders for braces and genetic tests.
He ordered cancer genetic tests for patients he hadn’t met.
They allegedly improperly double counted time for services.
Prescriptions were allegedly written in the names of “patients” the defendants knew.
He altered progress visit notes in patient medical records to justify higher billing rates.
They also announced the launch of two additional COVID-19 fraud strike forces.
Beneficiaries were targeted with calls falsely stating that Medicare covered expensive cancer genetic tests.
Staff were trained to bill for drugs not authorized or dispensed.
Some of the equipment was allegedly billed for patients who had already died.