Texans Accused of $375 Million Health Care Fraud

A team of seven Texans led by a Dallas-area doctor were indicted today for allegedly conspiring to commit nearly $375 million in health care fraud, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid announced.

“The conduct charged in this indictment represents the single largest fraud amount orchestrated by one doctor in the history of [the Health Care Fraud Prevention and Enforcement Action Team] and our Medicare Fraud Strike Force operations,” said Deputy U.S. Attorney General James Cole in a prepared statement.

A tip from a team of data analysts led to the indictment of the seven Texans: Dr. Jacques Roy, a ...

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