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April 18, 2019

Posted  April 18, 2019

Two former business partners behind three hospice and home healthcare agencies in the Las Vegas area have been sentenced for their roles in a $7.1 million Medicare fraud scheme.  Camilo Primero and Aurora Beltran—the owners of Advent Hospice, Angel Eye Hospice, and Vision Home Health Care—had been previously convicted of defrauding California’s insurance system in connection with another business, the Beltran House for disabled adults, and Primero had been excluded from participating in federal healthcare programs.  To get around the exclusion, the two filed false enrollment forms to Medicare, then submitted false claims for unqualified beneficiaries.  Each has been sentenced to three years of supervised release and ordered to pay $2,492,627.  USAO NV

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