The Florida doctor charged in a corruption case along with U.S. Sen. Robert Menendez (D-N.J.) was indicted in his home state Tuesday in a 76-count Medicare fraud scheme.
A Queens doctor who also serves as president of two medical clinics in Brooklyn pleaded guilty Monday to an $11.7 million Medicare fraud scheme.
Attorney General Paula Dow announced the guilty pleas Friday, one day after The Center for Lymphatic Disorders, based in Egg Harbor Township, and 54-year-old Farah Iranipour Houtan appeared in state Superior Court in Atlantic County.
NEW YORK (CBS) ―It’s the largest Medicare fraud bust ever. Nearly 100 people are accused of raking in $251 million. The suspects are doctors and nurses across several states. The government said three of the […]