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April 11, 2016

Posted  May 9, 2016

Naseem Minhas, the owner and operator of Detroit-area home health care agency TriCounty Home Care Services Inc. pleaded guilty today for his participation in a $4 million health care fraud scheme.  According to admissions made as part of his plea agreement, Minhas paid a physician and recruiters to refer Medicare beneficiaries to TriCounty and sign medical documents falsely certifying that they required home health care.  Minhas, a licensed physical therapist, also admitted that he assisted in creating fake patient files to make it appear as though the patients needed and received services that were unnecessary or not provided.  DOJ

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