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April 19, 2016

Posted  May 9, 2016

Michigan doctor Ali Elhorr pleaded guilty for his role in a $2.4 million health care fraud scheme.  Elhorr, who worked at House Calls Physicians P.L.L.C., admitted to conspiring with others, including his brother, Dr. Hicham Elhorr, to commit health care fraud by agreeing to serve as a “supervising” physician for unlicensed individuals purportedly providing in-home physician services.  The unlicensed individuals prepared medical documentation that Elhorr and other licensed physicians signed as if they had performed the visits when, in fact, Elhorr and the other licensed physicians had not treated the beneficiaries.  The visits were then billed as if performed by the licensed physicians.  DOJ

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