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Settlement Reached with Nightime Pediatrics Clinic

Publication
12/12/2001

Settlement addresses allegations that Nightime defrauded Government health care insurance programs by submitting false claims

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Rick Robison Appears for Sentencing

Publication
11/27/2001

Robison sentenced to 6 months home detention, 36 months probation, a fine of $24,594.58, restitution of $7,503.48 and a special assessment of $100.

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Owners Respiratory Druggist Sentenced

Publication
11/15/2001

These sentences followed the guilty pleas of RDI and Richard Powell on June 28,2001, to charges of healthcare fraud.

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Scott Hildago Sentenced

Publication
11/14/2001

Scott Hildago, sales representative, Indigo Laser Corporation, a Johnson & Johnson subsidiary was sentenced to 5 years probation and a $100 special assessment.

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Owner HealthWise Medical Rehabilitation Centers Sentenced

Publication
11/14/2001

Dr. Concessi was sentenced to 30 months incarceration for asingle count of health care fraud and 30 months incarceration for 23 counts of false claims related to health care fraud.

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Eddy J Hack Sentenced

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11/13/2001

Eddy J. Hack, ownerand operator of Oncology Solutions, also known as International Oncology Network, was sentenced to 3 years probation, a $500 fine and a $100 special assessment.

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Lifeline Home Health Care Enters Settlement Agreement

Publication
10/26/2001

The investigation was based on a civil suit initially filed wherein, the complainant alleged that the Lifeline knowingly made false statements and false claims, for the purpose of defrauding the TRICARE and Medicare.

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Rodolfo Racho Seguban Sentenced

Publication
10/18/2001

Seguban sentenced to six months incarceration followed by 3 years supervised probation.

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Karla and Eversley Haswell Sentenced

Publication
10/17/2001

Karla and Eversley Haswell, former owners and operators of Valley Counseling, Colorado Springs, CO, were sentenced to 21 months imprisonment and 3 years supervised release.

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Suman Dewan M.D. Sentenced

Publication
10/10/2001

Dewan was sentenced to 10 months confinement,36 months supervised release, ordered to pay a fine of $15,000 and a special assessment fee of $100

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Jay Ronnie Roffman Enters Plea Agreement

Publication
10/4/2001

Roffman was indicted on 40 counts of mail fraud and 1 conspiracy charge by a Federal grand jury. As part of the plea agreement, Roffman pled guilty to onecount of mail fraud.

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Eileen B. Aird Sentenced

Publication
9/26/2001

Aird pled guilty on June 11, 2001 to misprision of a felony with regard to double billing the Medicare program for approximately $4.9 million.

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David Jett Sentenced

Publication
9/19/2001

Jett had previously pled guilty to a 1-count criminal information charging conspiracy in connection with a violation of the prescription drug marketing act (unlicensed wholesaling of prescription drugs).

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Grace Hosptial Settles Qui Tam Lawsuit

Publication
8/24/2001

Grace Hospital fraudulently classified inpatients as observation outpatients and billed for respiratory therapy services that were not provided.

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John A. Campa III Sentenced

Publication
8/24/2001

Campa sentenced to 24 months incarceration followed by a period of supervised release of 3 years, $219,650.36 restitution, and a special assessment of $5,550. Campa was ordered to perform 150 hours of community service.

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