Cecil Alexander Kent Jr. pleaded guilty to fraud charges for his role in a scheme to defraud Medicare out of approximately $6.2 million while he acted as an unlicensed physician at a Detroit in-home physician services company. Kent admitted that while he was employed at B&M Visiting Doctors PLC and while he was unlicensed, he saw patients and falsified related patient records, including medical documents and billing documents, all under the name of a licensed medical doctor. He admitted that among those documents falsified were prescriptions for controlled substances. DOJ
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