NJ Home Health Company Guilty of Medicaid Fraud

A New Jersey federal judge accepted a guilty plea Monday from the owner of HHCH Heath Care Inc., Irina K

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rutoyarsky. She admitted to being involved in a conspiracy to defraud Medicaid out of around $7 million. A former owner of a home health care company pled guilty in New Jersey federal court Monday to tax evasion and participating in a conspiracy to defraud Medicaid out of about $7 million. She told the court she billed the federal government for services never provided as well as for services provided by unlicensed and unqualified home health care aides. Learn more…

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