A federal jury convicted registered nurse Patricia McGill of four counts of health care fraud. McGill was the director of professional services for Home Care Hospice, a for-profit business that provided hospice services for patients at nursing homes, hospitals and private residences. According to the evidence, McGill authorized and supervised the admission of inappropriate and ineligible patients for hospice services, which contributed to HCH submitting millions of dollars in fraudulent claims to Medicare. DOJ
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