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Novus Hospice Doctors Receive 23 Years for Healthcare Fraud

Two physicians and nurse were sentenced for their role in a hospice fraud the included false claims.
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Dallas Pharmacist Pleads Guilty to Adulterating Compounded Medication

The tainted drugs were used in dozens of cataract surgeries at two Dallas surgery centers.
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JPS to Pay $3.3 Million in False Claims Lawsuit for Upcoding Claims

The settlement comes after whistleblower complaint from JPS' Director of Compliance, who was fired two years identifying the error.
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The Changing Face of Fraud During the Pandemic

A local business owner was sentenced to 11 years for $24 million in PPP fraud, but that may just be the tip of the iceberg.
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Medical Device Company to Pay $22 Million for Mislabeling Gowns

Avanos Medical sold hundreds of thousands of falsely labeled gowns between 2014 and 2015.

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Arlington Physician Convicted in Pill Mill Scheme Faces 15 Years in Prison

After years of Texas Medical Board sanctions, the five-year conspiracy included 50,000 prescriptions for controlled substances.
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‘Operation Wasted Daze’ Results in 20-Year Prison Sentence for Local Oncologist

The nine-year, $18 million scheme resulted in the fraudulent distribution of millions of doses of controlled substances.
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DFW Nurse Practitioner Sentenced to 20 Years for $52 Million Healthcare Conspiracy

The Waxahachie provider and his staff created false medical records to justify fraudulent bills.
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Three Convicted of Healthcare Fraud in $40 Million Novus Hospice Case

Novus' former CEO testified against his employees after pleading guilty earlier this year.
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Feds Convict 46 Defendants in $18 Million Pill Mill Scheme Called “Operation Wasted Daze”

Physicians wrote fraudulent prescriptions for patients they never saw, knowing the drugs would be sold on the street.