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April 2, 2019

Posted  April 2, 2019

Paul Emordi, of Collin County, Texas, was sentenced to prison for 60 months for his part in a $3.7 million health care scheme involving Medicare. Emordi and Celestine “Tony” Okwilagwe, owners and operators of Elder Care, along with Adetutu Etti, the administrator of Elder Care, were convicted on counts of conspiracy to commit health care fraud and on counts of false statements in connection with a health care benefit program. Evidence in the investigation also shows that the defendants submitted fake and fraudulent bills to Medicare for providing services that were not necessary. DOJ; Texas

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