NY couple accused of $59.6M Medicaid fraud involving chain of Nebraska nursing properties

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2022-01-21 00:15:00

Adams mentioned the enterprise’s value reviews, that are required to be supplied by long-term care amenities for fee by Nebraska Medicaid, used false numbers that led to the fee of $3 million above the roughly $30 million it ought to have obtained for the operation of the Nebraska Cottonwood nursing properties. 


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The corporate now’s accused of creating false information, failing to take care of documentation and fraudulent misrepresentation, which resulted in funds to which it wasn’t entitled.

“Because of the defendants’ breach of their agreements with Medicaid, the plaintiff suffered damages within the quantity of $59,652,388.90,” the legal professional mentioned within the lawsuit.

Violations of the False Medicaid Claims Act are topic to as much as 3 times damages and as much as a $10,000 penalty per declare submitted.

Adams mentioned along with the $59.6 million quantity, Nebraska is in search of treble damages of $178,957,167, plus legal professional charges.

In December, 61-year-old Joseph Schwartz, of Brooklyn, was charged in Arkansas with eight counts of Medicaid fraud for the alleged overbilling there that resulted in an overpayment of $3.6 million for the eight nursing house amenities.


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