Prison term, $2.2 million restitution ordered in Medicare fraud conviction

(Source – Riverfront Times)

After pleading guilty to fraud charges in October, a Chesterfield chiropractor has been sentenced to serve four years and three months in federal prison for masterminding a health care scheme involving orthotic to nursing home patients. His wife was also implicated as a participant in the fraud and was sentenced to five years’ probation and restitution of over $10,000. Read the full report Riverfront Times’ Doyle Murphy here…

 

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