Have a Claim?

Click here for a confidential contact or call:


April 14, 2023

Posted  April 14, 2023

Nine defendants will spend a combined 70 years in prison for their respective roles in a $126 million compounding fraud scheme. The co-conspirators defrauded the Department of Labor’s Office of Workers’ Compensation Programs and TRICARE by submitting false claims and paying kickbacks to patient recruiters and physicians for prescribing certain medications, based not on medical necessity but instead on the drugs’ hefty reimbursement rates. The patients received the compounded medications via mail, despite never requesting, wanting, or needing them. DOJ

Tagged in: Compounding Pharmacy Fraud, Criminal Proceedings, Healthcare Fraud, Lack of Medical Necessity, Medical Billing Fraud, Other Government Health Programs, Pharma Fraud, Provider Fraud,