Miami Medicare fraud leaders turn selves in

The faces change, but the story always seems to be the same in the nation's Medicare fraud capital of South Florida. Provider, plus administrator, plus crook cook up Medicare fraud scheme, lives like a drug dealer on a spree and pretends to be "legitimate." Then, they come crashing to earth, get arrested and pay the price, leaving room for the next round of players. In this case, a trio including a physician, a clinic administrator and a money launderer have admitted, in separate plea deals, that they helped in a complex conspiracy to bill $110 million in false Medicare claims. Article

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