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Ten Physicians and Local Execs Indicted in Pharmacy Kickback Scheme

Physicians across the state were allegedly recruited to direct prescriptions to pharmacies paying kickbacks to the doctors for the referrals.
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Physician Convicted for Illegitimate Prescriptions of Controlled Substances and Medical City Completes Purchase of Trinity Regional Hospital Sachse

Plus Steward secures financial partner for Massachusetts hospitals and St. Vincent de Paul Pharmacy hits significant milestone.
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Highland Park Resident and Physicians Indicted in $70 Million University Athletic and Healthcare Fraud Case

The alleged conspirators billed insurers for treatment that was often being administered by athletic trainers hundreds of miles from the physicians of record.
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Fort Worth PA Convicted of Fraud in Amniotic Fluid Pain Relief Scheme

Patients received a product that wasn't covered by Medicare while the provider billed for another product.
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Does North Texas Have a Lab Fraud Problem?

A recent guilty plea for fraudulently charging COVID tests to payers may be the tip of the iceberg for bad actors in the region.
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Mansfield Woman Pleads Guilty to Defrauding Health Services Company Out of $3.7 Million

The wire fraud consisted of transferring funds she had access to from her employer's account to accounts she controlled.
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Fort Worth PA Charged in Amniotic Fluid Pain Management Scam

The provider is accused of injecting patients with an unapproved amniotic fluid product while billing Medicare for hundreds of thousands of dollars for a different treatment.
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The Frisco Dentist Who Escaped Healthcare Fraud Charges

Two of her brothers were indicted with her in 2017, but prosecutors dismissed her days before the trial began.
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White Collar Wiretap: The $300 Million Unified, Spectrum, and Reliable Lab Investigation

How criminal investigation tactics were used to get quick guilty pleas from healthcare fraudsters.
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Hearing Aid Company to Pay $34 Million to Resolve Federal False Claims Act Allegation

Prosecutors allege that the company billed the federal government for medical devices that patients didn't need.
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