Euridice Borroto, a patient recruiter for a Miami home health care agency pleaded guilty today in connection with a health care fraud scheme involving defunct home health care company Nestor’s Health Services Inc. The owner and operator of Nestor pleaded guilty to charges related to the scheme earlier this month. According to court documents, Borroto solicited and received kickbacks and bribes from Nestor in return for recruiting and providing patients to Nestor for home health care and therapy services that were medically unnecessary or never provided. Borroto acknowledged her involvement in similar fraudulent schemes at other Miami health care agencies. DOJ
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