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Romulo D. Estoesta Sentenced

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3/20/2001

Estoesta sentenced to 18 months incarceration followed by 3 years supervised release. Estoesta was also ordered to pay $192,383 in restitution and a $50 special assessment fee.

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Dr. Russell Bufalino and Dr. Robert Hartzel Sentenced

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3/16/2001

Sentences were based on guilty pleas for conspiring to defraud the TRICARE and Medicare health care programs by making or receiving kickback payments for patient referrals.

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Steven Carl Bradley and Robert Todd Willis Sentenced

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3/15/2001

Federal grand jury returned a 10 count indictment charging Bradley and Willis with mail fraud and conspiracy to commit mail fraud.

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Dr John O Donnell Sentenced

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3/5/2001

Dr. John O’Donnell was sentenced to 78 months imprisonment to be followed by three years supervised release, $688,277 in restitution and a $2600 special assessment.

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Indictment Against Dr. Forrest H. Braack

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3/1/2001

Braack was charged in the 24-count indictment with 12 counts of health care fraud and 12 counts of making false applications for payments to Medicaid.

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Romualdo Nisaya Garcia Arrested in Philippines

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2/3/2001

The Office of the Inspector General (OIG), Department of Defense (DoD), announced today that on February 3, 2001, Romualdo Nisaya Garcia was arrested in the Republic of the Philippines for allegedly committing mail fraud and submitting false claims to the U. S. Government.

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Settlement Reached with Genesee Valley Cardiothoracic Group

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2/1/2001

The Office of the Inspector General (OIG), Department ofDefense (DOD), announced today that on February 1, 2001, a CivilFalse Claims Act and administrative settlement was reached between the United States Attorney’s Office (USAO), Western District of New York (WDNY) and the Genesee Valley Cardiothoracic Group (GVCG), Rochester, NY. The two million dollar settlement resolves allegations that GVCG submitted false claims to Medicare for the services of assistant attending surgeons.

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Rogelio Taaca Rosario Sentenced

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1/30/2001

Rosario was sentenced to 12 months and a day incarceration, followed by 3-year supervised release, ordered to pay $183,556 in restitution and ordered to pay a $50 special assessment fee.

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Aurelio P. Jimenez, D.P.M., Pleads Guilty to Mail fraud, Offorfeiture and Criminal Contempt

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1/26/2001

The Office of the Inspector General (OIG), Department ofDefense (DoD), announced today that on January 26, 2001, AurelioP. Jimenez, D.P.M., owner of Kokomo Podiatry Clinic, Kokomo, IN,pleaded guilty to six-counts of mail fraud, one-count offorfeiture and one-count of criminal contempt.

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Dr Kosmas Sarantis Sentenced

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1/25/2001

Dr. Sarantis pled guilty to conspiring to defraud the TRICARE and Medicare health care programs by receiving kickback payments.

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Columbia Homecare Group Pleaded Guilty

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1/25/2001

Columbia Homecare Group pleaded guilty for conspiracy, paying and receiving kickbacks and false statements with respect to U.S. Government medical cost reimbursement programs.

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Civil Settlement Reached with Rehabilicare

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1/23/2001

An investigation initiated by a Qui Tam lawsuit determined that Rehabilicare, Inc., submitted false documents in order to obtain payments for services not provided to patients.

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Whitney B. Freeman, M.D., Pleaded Guilty

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1/23/2001

The plea related to Freeman’s submission and attempted submission of fraudulent healthcare claims to TRICARE and seventeen other healthcare benefit programs

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Ernesto V. Magoncia Sentenced to 14 Months Incarceration

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1/22/2001

Magoncia was sentenced to 14 months incarceration, followed by three years supervised release, ordered to pay $147,904 in restitutionand a $50 special assessment fee after pleading guilty to submitting false or fraudulent claims.

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Herbert A. Daniels Indicted

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1/17/2001

If convicted, Daniels could be sentenced to five-years incarceration for each count of mail fraud and perjury, and ten-years incarceration for each health care fraud count.

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