Women Charged with Scheme at Nursing Homes

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The indictment alleges that the women, both licensed vocational nurses, worked for a company that did genetic testing of residents in nursing homes to determine how different residents metabolized medication. It alleges that they went into four nursing homes to do this genetic testing and obtained medical information about residents that they used to create fraudulent wound care supply orders that they submitted to Medicare for reimbursement. Read a story from WAOW. Read a Department of Justice press release.



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